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Synonyms for coil

Synonyms for coil

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

Synonyms for coil

a structure consisting of something wound in a continuous series of loops

a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles (as formed by leaves or flower petals)

a transformer that supplies high voltage to spark plugs in a gasoline engine

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a contraceptive device placed inside a woman's womb

tubing that is wound in a spiral

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to wind or move in a spiral course

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make without a potter's wheel

wind around something in coils or loops

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Randall "Randy" Jones, saw the opportunity to improve prostate cancer detection in 2011, and dedicated his Research and Design team to the creation of the Prostate/Pelvic Coil.
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With respect to tunnels and spirals, the HH coil is perhaps the single-largest leap a food processor can make in moving equipment toward compliance with the most recent FSMA, AMI, USDA and 3A standards.
The new Retracta coil is designed to provide the physician with more controlled delivery of embolization coils.
As well as Low Ovality Coiling Technology, machine features include; integrated coil unload arm, powered guide to restrain pipe end and automatic pipe layering system.
Coils are then wound 'off-line' by transferring product from the master reef to finished coil lengths at speeds four times that of extrusion line speeds using a fully integrated automatic coiling system.
I became so concerned about the problem I sent water samples and one coil to the EPA research laboratory in Cincinnati (Ohio) and asked them to investigate the problem," he said.
Therefore, the new technique which can also be called clay coil weaving or integrated handbuilding technique is a creative way of handling the traditional method of the handbuilding process involving the use of clay coils.
At the base of each coil there are terminals for wire connection.
PCT says the major benefits for pipe producers will be elimination of coil failure during yard storage, elimination of coil rejection by end users, and a reduction in transport costs by manufacturing coils with reduced internal diameters, a]lowing longer coil lengths with the same overall volume.
One 500-foot coil of 2-inch PA-11 was secured on the unwind stand of the trailer.
Band, cartridge, strip and coil heaters; and high-temperature, custom fit, fiberglass heating jackets for extruder barrels and transfer lines available with optional coated fabrics to protect against dripping and drool.
Once positioned within the aneurysm, the coil is detached from the delivery wire using an electrical charge.
The softness and ease with which this coil can be delivered provides a greater packing potential and filling capacity and has been met with enthusiastic reviews in over 100 clinical cases.
Coated coils generally consist of a platinum coil that carries material located either on the outer surface or within the coil or as "inbraided" microfilaments.