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Gob

(gŏb), in the Bible, town, SW ancient Palestine.

gob

[gäb]
(mining engineering)

gob

a lump of molten glass used to make a piece of glassware
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The objectives of tests conducted in the LIAM were to measure the air velocities within the gob and to observe the gob-face interaction and movement of air in a longwall panel.
Because laminar flow, transition flow and turbulent flow coexist in the goaf, the flow through the gob is treated as a non-darcy flow.
In the conventional approach for gob-side entry retaining, the artificial wall is mainly placed in the gob, and no reinforcement is taken on the roof of wall.
Darcy's law indicates that Well I will only be suitable for use with a newly formed gob that has a relatively high residual methane pressure.
However, after Gulshan attack on July 1 and 2 and the Kishoreganj bombing on July 7, doubts are rising regarding the efficacy of the counter-terrorist campaign of the GoB. It is argued here that both events were not only traumatic but also clear indications not only of the existence but also the rise of international Jihadism in Bangladesh.
and Yu, B.: 2014, Mechanism of intense strata behaviors at working face influenced by gob pillars of overlying coal seam.
Eating eggs after their hook up, Gob has a melt down while trying to break up with Ann again.
Further, conflicts with ethnic armed groups such as the United Wa State Army (UWSA), Shan State Army (SSA), and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) have put vast swaths of territory beyond GOB control.
He stressed it was because of ridiculously low 'loot mar' type compensation proposed for Pakistan and the host province, that he had raised his voice in the Supreme Court hearings and urged GoB to do the processing itself.
A dedicated gathering system from the gob wells delivers the gas to the unit.
All this is prologue to making what will doubtless seem extravagant claims for Gob's Grief, which I'm prepared to call an innovative work, a uniquely imagined synthesis of fact and fancy, and a likely permanent contribution to American fiction.
Gob director James Martin Charlton said: ``He's playing a crusty street poet.