gas range


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Synonyms for gas range

a range with gas rings and an oven for cooking with gas

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The petitioners cited the interagency task force report that held the proximate cause of the gas leak was the unauthorized movement of the gas range in Cayton's unit during its renovation.
The pride of Viking Range are its gas ranges with commercial cooking power for home use.
Gas range burner, 7,000 British thermal units (Btu) per hour.
Chevrolet, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), is expanding its compressed natural gas range to include the bi-fuel 2016 Silverado 3500HD Chassis Cab.
Never attempt to heat your home with a gas range, oven or dryer.
The room continues round to the kitchen with its comprehensive range of modern wall and base units and granite work surfaces, island/breakfast bar, Mercury gas range, oak ?oor and another sky light.
"Malinda and I were married a short time when we needed a gas range," he recalls.
30-inch gas range ($4,295) in '50s colors like pink lemonade, beach blue and fresh orange, bigchill.com.
even after minutes in front of the gas range, hours under blankets.
U.K.-based Servomex has launched its Servotough Laser gas range, a series of high-performance gas analyzers that use the latest extractive and cross-stack technologies--ideal for continuous in-situ monitoring.
The detector full scale gas range and span calibration points can be adjusted to suit individual requirements, making Signalpoint Pro a flexible device suited to a wide range of applications.
The fitted kitchen includes a range of units, a built-in wine rack, feature lighting, integrated dishwasher, seven-ring gas range with extractor hood and space for an American-style fridge freezer.
The line includes a 24-inch electric, dual fuel and gas range; a 36-inch dual fuel and gas unit; and 48-inch dual fuel and gas range.
They cover the basic science, magnetic interaction between particles, isotropic hyperfine effects in spectra, Zeeman energy (g) anisotropy, hyperfine (A) anisotropy, systems with more than one unpaired electron, paramagnetic species in the gas range, transition-group ions, the interpretation of parameters, relaxation times, linewidths and spin kinetic phenomena, noncontinuous excitation of spins, and double-resonance techniques.