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spouting

[′spau̇d·iŋ]
(engineering)
A term used in the feeding or ejection of powdered or granulated solids by means of vertical or slanted discharge spouts.
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A few years after the whale began spouting, the Ocean Cove Inn was built just above the whale.
Meanwhile, the whale stopped spouting for about a year until Adler says he rebuilt the pump and got it running nicely.
NETTED J Stephen Birrell was jailed for spouting anti-Catholic bile on a website
minimum spouting velocity, maximum pressure drop and maximum spoutable bed height.
This evolution of velocity showed a pattern similar to previous findings for axisymmetric spouting (Mathur and Epstein, 1974), with particles rapidly accelerated at the bottom and then gradually decelerating until they reached the bed surface.
Just like in gutters and spouting, small piles of leaves in low spots will collect and hold just the right amount of water for mosquitoes to hatch.
Public buildings have spouting that needs to be cleaned, public pools have covers that need to be drained, tire piles on public land should be removed and leaves should be raked from parks and other public lands.
Hackett wasn't spouting his usual hyperbole when he said, ``I think we've made the statement we needed to make in the first year.
They should be playing instead of spouting - that's what they are paid for.
The atomizing air pressure was 3 barg, the spouting airflow rate was 5200 1 [min.
TRAGIC DEATH: Gardner's dad Dominick; SPOUTING FORTH: Gardner's gargoyle of his dad at Lennoxlove House
The spouting gas flow rate, supplied by an air compressor (1), was adjusted by valves (2), and measured by an orifice plate (3) connected to pressure transducers ([P.