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Synonyms for vent

Synonyms for vent

an open space allowing passage

to utter publicly

to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

Synonyms for vent

a hole for the escape of gas or air

external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate

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a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt

a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)

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activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion

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give expression or utterance to

expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen

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With the skirt wrong side facing you, clip the seam at one side above the vent so that you can press the seam open.
That's why the most important thing to consider when trying to decide whether you need to vent a runner or not, is the ratio of the volume of air in the runner, divided by the total volume of air in the mold (runner plus all the cavities).
* The condensate runs down the vent and wets the fan itself, adjacent ceiling material and insulation.
Vent-SID would automatically start filling the chambers with vent fluids (along with the microbes in them) and begin its job as an in situ robotic lab, performing experiments scientists typically do either onboard the ship or back in a lab on land--including injecting chemical tracers, collecting microbes after incubation, and preserving samples for genetic materials.
The Dryer Vent Wizard franchise has grown and spread across the United States and Canada, working together to make each home or business we service safer and more efficient.
In the venting design, the essential problem is to determine the vent area so that the explosion overpressure (i.e., the maximum reduced explosion overpressure [P.sub.red]) does not exceed the maximum allowable overpressure of the enclosure.
In total, 184 distinct vent sites were found, far more than expected based on previous inventories.
With parting line vents, the vent depths will vary depending on the viscosity of the material.
A: I think your problem is more likely the exhaust being drawn into the intake because of the way the exhaust vent is terminated.
The vents are relatively lightweight, as they are smaller than standard nameless vents.
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE'S A HANDFUL OF ASVS THAT WERE FIELDED WITH THE WRONG VENT.
It can also be used to tie vent lines into horizontal drains or to join vent lines.
The vents -- baptised the Beebe Vent Field in honour of the first scientist to venture into the deep ocean -- were discovered on the Caribbean seafloor in the Cayman Trough, south of the Cayman Islands.
Obviously, the kiln needs to vent to maintain the required wet bulb temperature--or does it?