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briquet

[bri′ket]
(materials)
A block of some compressed substance, such as coal dust, metal powder, or sawdust, used as a fuel. Also spelled briquette.

briquette, briquet

A molded specimen of mortar with enlarged extremities and reduced center having a cross section of definite area, used for the measurement of tensile strength of mortar.briquette, briquet. A molded specimen of mortar with enlarged extremities and reduced center having a cross section of definite area, used for the measurement of tensile strength of mortar.
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Searching under 'crown' and 'Denis' in Briquet online, we were able to find a very similar watermark very quickly.
THE BRIQUETS FEATURE AN ORIGINAL SHAPE AND GROOVES THAT EXPOSE MORE OF THE SURFACE AREA TO OXYGEN.
Following the formatting and editorial conventions of RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, as well as its classification structure, Speaking of Music is certainly easier to browse than Tyrell/Wise and potentially more familiar to readers than Briquet, but the subject index included at the end nevertheless remains an indispensable part of the access scheme.
This design allows the rolls to remain more nearly parallel as compaction forces spread them apart, resulting in more uniform briquet volume.
In general, in order to form whole briquets, the shear strength of the material under compr7ession must be greater that the shear induced by the briquetter, otherwise the briquet tends to fracture in the process of forming.
the briquet itself was created in the 1920s by the trio of Henry Ford, E.
Kingsford has manufactured briquets at its Marcola Road site since 1966, producing as much as 150,000 tons of the inky squares a year.
A cost-effective, labor saving mosquito control program uses Altosid XR Briquets to help prevent larvae from developing into breeding, biting adult mosquitoes
If you have squirted starter fluid on your charcoal briquets, don't get your face near them if they haven't burst into flame yet.
We're saving the world," added Mehta, 23, of Sherman Oaks, who had helped shape the manure briquets.
Dans le meme communique, la direction de la Protection civile met en garde les citoyens quant a la manipulation des bougies et cierges en donnant les consignes suivantes: ces produits doivent etre places sur des supports stables et non inflammables, leur emplacement doit etre loin des tentures et meubles afin d'eviter l'eclosion d'incendies, leur manipulation doit se faire en presence des adultes, les bougies doivent etre bien entreposees, les allumettes et les briquets doivent etre gardes hors de portee des enfants.
If the campground doesn't allow wood fires, burn 50 charcoal briquets till they're mostly gray, 10 to 15 minutes, and spread into an even layer the size of the dutch oven.