fume


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a condition of excited distress

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a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas

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be mad, angry, or furious

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emit a cloud of fine particles

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treat with fumes, expose to fumes, especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests

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be wet with sweat or blood, as of one's face

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Air is pulled through the fume hood via a blower, creating a negatively pressurized environment to protect the user from harmful vapors.
A noticeable disadvantage to the fume extraction apparatus with remote vacuum and alter arrangements is that they are not suitably adjustable in different situations another drawback to apparatus with remote vacuum and alter arrangements is that they lean towards to be inefficient.
Nice Sophia Antipolis University (Uns) wishes to organize an annual campaign verification of the entire laboratory fume park and suction arms.
Jas Hospitality, which owns Fume, has recently welcomed a new group director of culinary , Emiliano Bernasconi, former director of culinary of Armani Hotels & Resorts.
Environmental technology company CECO Environmental (NasdaqGS:CECE) announced on Friday the launch of its fume exhaust to its product portfolio by its Strobic Air subsidiary.
In the nose of a mammal, specialized nerve fibres are activated by acidic fumes, stimulating the trigeminal nucleus, a collection of nerves in the brainstem, which in turn elicits physiological and behavioural responses that protect the animal-it will secrete mucus and rub its nose, for example, and withdraw or avoid the acidic fumes.
Welding fume litigation has generated and likely will continue to generate insurance coverage questions and disputes.
The only safe way to deal with the problem of fumes is to prevent them from being inhaled in the first place by removing contaminated air from the employees' workspace using effective fume extraction.
Farr Air Pollution Control has introduced an updated portable fume and dust collector.
Each lab is equipped with the necessary safety devices for all the sciences, including fume hoods, showers and eyewash stations.
The results show that acute asphalt fume exposure did not cause neutrophil infiltration, alter LDH activity or protein content, or affect AM function, suggesting that short-term asphalt fume exposure did not induce acute lung damage or inflammation.
The fumes can kill birds, and people breathing the emissions can develop flulike "polymer-fume fever," the reviewers find.
It reports results of changes in fume composition, especially the behavior of potassium (K) and chloride (Cl) during rapid changes in boiler load.
Don't be confused by the term Fume Blanc; wines made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes can, by law, be called either Sauvignon Blanc or Fume Blanc.
The unit can support either one 8" or two 6" fume arms.