glass tank

glass tank

[′glas ‚taŋk]
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On the table stood a glass tank filled with water, and ornamented in the middle by a miniature pyramid of rock-work interlaced with weeds.
Will you notice my glass Tank? I have every reason to believe that it is a perfect novelty in England."
Directional freezing was performed in a circular glass tank having inner diameter of 30 cm and 15 cm depth.
Vako Marchelashvili was submerged in a glass tank for just over one minute and 44 seconds as he flipped, turned and solved the cubes in front of a crowd at the Gino Paradise aqua park Tbilisi.
"It would have been kept in a glass tank and fed mice and would have been kept warm with a heat lamp.
Featuring an ultra-clear glass tank, innovative plant grow tray and optional one-touch LED lighting system, Vita[TM] makes it easier then ever for consumers to grow an indoor succulent houseplant from seed to adult while enjoying the tranquility of a fish.
With the help of PCSO Griffiths, who was said to be a former snake owner himself, officers got hold of a vivarium (a glass tank used for keeping snakes) and the animal was handed over to North Wales Raptor and Reptile Sanctuary.
To build a rudimentary mirror, they placed a few hundred micrometersized plastic beads into a water-filled glass tank and shined a laser beam into the tank from below.
ALBERT Albert the boa-constrictor snaked around, His constricting quarters, Bored with all those inquisitive faces, Pushed up against his glass tank, This place 'ain't gonna hold me for long, So he planned his escape to far away places.
Alice Parsons correctly identified the exact number of cans in a glass tank to win a BMX bike.
The harmless snake, which is black and red, was taken from the premises in a large glass tank, but a vital heat pad which is essential to the snake's survival was left behind.
They need a very big vivarium (glass tank), temperature control and ultraviolet light.