gasometer


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a meter for measuring the amount of gas flowing through a particular pipe

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a large gas-tight spherical or cylindrical tank for holding gas to be used as fuel

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The existing 250 car parks at Anzac Street will be replaced in a multi-storey 400-550 space car parking building at the nearby Gasometer site.
azure skies, blooming daffodils and my local park carpeted with empty crisp packets, containers and bottles both plastic and glass - all strewn around an empty litter bin the size of a gasometer.
We have been fretting about the phone for years, even as it has moved closer and closer to us--once relegated to the back hallway, "between the dirty linen hamper and the gasometer," as in Benjamin's day, now in our back pocket.
Just one example: Hundreds of thousands of visitors come to experience sites like the 117-meter high Gasometer, once a gas storage plant for surrounding blast furnaces.
Providing illumination also necessarily meant protecting citizens from potential bad side effects like gasometer explosions or electrified manhole covers.
The expired gas measured in a wet gasometer (Toshniwal, Germany CAT No.
But for a completely different experience, get the underground to Gasometer Station.
2]), and minute ventilation (VE) were measured breath by breath using a respirometer equipped with a gasometer (Model RM300 and Model MG360, Minato Medical Co.
Inside an amazing range of food and non food items was on offer, while outside Asda had even given the old gasometer a makeover and plastered it with an enormous Asda ad.
Pancras Station, sometimes shown complete with flyover and gasometer, and his models are no more conventionally attractive than his compatriot's.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude's installation The Wall opens in Gasometer Oberhausen on 30 April.
POLICE Sergeant Gillian Gibson, who spent hours high up a gasometer convincing a man life was worth living.
Pulmonary ventilation (VE) was measured by a dry gas meter (Parkinson-Cowan) TABULAR DATA OMITTED calibrated daily by means of a Tissot gasometer.