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briquette

[bri′ket]
(materials)

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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The new briquettes, however, use far less wood - and produce more income.
The ex-factory price of one kilogram of briquettes is Rs17.50, whereas it produces almost same energy as one kilogram of coal or logs, he said while lighting a briquette in his especially-designed simple but smart stove.
The governor, who was represented by the Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Mr Sanusi Yahaya, said the use of briquette stove would discourage deforestation, prevent desertification and help to protect the environment.
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