filled shell

filled shell

[‚fild ′shel]
(physics)
A set of energy levels in an atom or nucleus which have approximately the same energy and which are all occupied.
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Egg wash lid on both sides and place it on top of the filled shell.
Excavation and transport approximately 12 000 m3, Verbauarbeiten about 170 m, Underground drainage 300m, masonry work with thermally insulated and concrete to be filled shell stones about 5 500 m2, reinforced concrete and sealing work underground from WU -concrete approximately 2 400 m3, reinforced concrete floors about 1 000 m3, reinforced concrete internal walls approximately 3 500 m2.
Arrange the avocado on your serving plate and place the filled shell alongside.
Place filled shell and bread pieces in a single layer on a 10- by 15-inch pan.
Reece's chocolate filled shells were previously only available in the US, so it is not surprising to see such as fuss about their arrival to the UK.
The researchers, led by Andrei Andreyev of the University of the West of Scotland's Paisley campus, instead saw mercury-180 split into ruthenium-100 and krypton-80--isotopes that don't have completely filled shells like zirconium-90.
My filled shells, potato skins full of sour cream, however, were lukewarm and burned.
It is then necessary to fuse a closing layer of chocolate to the filled shells and, to do this, the rim of the moulded chocolate must be slightly melted, without changing the consistency or the temper of the chocolate.
variabilis shells with candle wax, Silicone rubber or Plasticene, the resulting densities of filled shells were 1.
Place your filled shells on to your ovenproof casserole dish that has been lightly buttered or has had a little tomato sauce on the bottom.
Wipe surfaces clean with a damp cloth, then chill filled shells.