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Aerolite

Definition of the noun aerolite

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noun - plural: aerolites

  1. a stony meteorite consisting of silicate minerals
    • lexical domain: Natural Objects - nouns denoting natural objects (not man-made)
    • more generic word: meteorite = stony or metallic object that is the remains of a meteoroid that has reached the earth's surface

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Aerolite is a urea-formaldehyde gap filling adhesive which is water- and heat-resistant. It is used in large quantities by the chipboard industry and also by wooden boat builders for its high strength and durability. It is also used in joinery, veneering and general woodwork assembly. Aerolite has also been used for wooden aircraft construction, and a properly made Aerolite joint is said to be three times stronger than spruce wood.

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Google previewAmazing Physics Quiz

An aerolite is a piece of frozen water formed in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Ans. False. An aerolite is a stony meteorite, and has its origin far beyond the Earth's atmosphere. Q. 227. Statement - The November meteors are called the 29 .

Google previewAstronomy and Astrophysics (1892)

is the following language: "An aerolite is the projierty of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway, who is first to discover such a stone, is not the owner of it ; the highway being a mere easement for travel .

Google previewThe Weekly Law Bulletin and Ohio Law Journal (1892)

is the following language: “An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway, who is first to discover such a stone, is not the owner of it; the highway being a mere easement for travel.

Google previewA Readable English Dictionary (1888)

Etymologically Arranged, with an Alphabetical Index by David Milne

An aerolite is a stone or substance that has fallen through the air from distant space. The appearance of several of these bodies is generally preceded by a meteoric fire-ball owing to the rapidity with which such ...

Google previewThe Future Life (1938)

by Reverend Joseph C. Sasia S.J., Aeterna Press

The largest authentic aerolite is that which fell at Bendigo, Brazil, in 1816, which weighed five and a half tons. This theory has been recently abandoned, and replaced by the following theory of compression, invented by Helmholtz: The gases ...

Google previewSelected Cases on Real Property (1897)

Selected and Arranged for Use in Connection with the Author's Treatise on Real Property by Christopher Gustavus Tiedeman

In 15 American and English Encyclopedia of Law, page 388, is the following language : " An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls.

Google previewAstronomy and Astro-physics (1892)

is the following language : " An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway, who is first to discover such a stone, is not the owner of it ; the highway being a mere easement for ...

Google previewBernard Shaw's Book Reviews (2008)

by Brian Tyson

An aerolite is a meteroic stone, or meteorite. □ [Sir ] George Laurence Gomme (1853-1916), English archaeologist, anthropologist, ...

Google previewThe Amazing Grace of the Hidden Word (2005)

by Linda Lee

an aerolite):--which fell down from Jupiter”. (An aerolite is a meteor, otherwise known as a shooting star or a ...

Google previewThe Central Law Journal (1892)

is the following language: "An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway, who is first to discover such a stone, is not the owner of it; the highway being a mere easement for travel.

Google previewLawyers' Reports Annotated (1914)

is the following language: “An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway who is first to discover such a stone is not the owner of it; the highway being a mere easement for travel.

Google previewThe Green Bag (1893)

is the following language: 'An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway, who is first to discover such a stone, is not the owner of it, the highway being a mere easement for travel.

Google previewCases on the Law of Real Property (1898)

by Jasper Calvin Gates

is the following language: "An aerolite is the property of the owner of the fee upon which it falls. Hence a pedestrian on the highway, who is first to discover such a stone, is not the owner of it; the highway being a mere easement for travel.

Google previewA Dictionary of Science (1843)

by William Thomas Brande, Joseph Cauvin

when they begin to obey its attractive force, on enormous heat is evolved by the rapid and powerful condensation of the air; the matter becomes inflamed, and the aerolite is the product of the combustion. In the same manner, shooting stars, ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

AEROLITE. in A. is the resistance ofiered to a body moving in air, or-which is the same thing—the pressure exerted by air in motion upon a body at rest. The law may be stated, with sufiicient accuracy for practical purposes, as follows: The ...

Google previewDictionary of Aviation (1911)

by Robert Morris Pierce

aerolite 'ee-aza,lait n. [also spelt aerolite] a stone or portion of solid ...

Google previewAmerican encyclopedic dictionary (1897)

by Robert Hunter, John Alfred Williams, Sidney John Hervon Herrtage

aerolite 01 aeschynite Afirolite. 4 -e*r-5l-Ite, ta-er-ol-Ith,*. [In Ger. aerolit; Fr. ( Urolith* ; Port, aerolithe, aerotitho. f r. Gr. aer =thoair; lithos=& stone] A stone which falls from the air or iky. The name is somewhat inappropriate, now that it is known ...

Google previewThe New American Encyclopedic Dictionary (1906)

An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford

aerolite ā-ār-51-Ite, -ta' &r-51-1th, s. [In Ger. aerotit; Fr. aérolithe: Port. aerolithe, aeroiitho, fr. Gr. Ge: #the-air: lithos=a stone..] A stone which falls from the air or sky. The name is somewhat inappropriate, now that it is known that the connection ...

Google previewA dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other sciences (1866)

by Henry Watts

aerolite. (See Meteorite.) — AEROSXTE. (See Pyrargyrite.) ...

Google previewTHE ENCYCLOPAEDIC DICTIONARY (1896)

There is reason to believe that the object of worship in many a pagan shrine in ancient times was an aerolite ; that this was the case with the idol worshipped in the great temple of Diana at Ephesus is all but implied in the town-clerk's words, ...

Google previewStoddart's Encyclopaedia Americana (1883)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

AEROLITE, Meteorite, Meteoromte.

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Video shows what aerolite means. A meteorite consisting of silicate minerals. Aerolite Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...

Scrabble value of A1E1R1O1L1I1T1E1

The value of this 8-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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