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Definition of the noun parison

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noun - plural: parisons

  1. [context: glassblowing] A spherical mass of glass, rolled immediately after being taken out of the furnace.

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Google previewDisciplina rediviva. Advice to young men on private study after leaving school, etc (1856)

by John Smith GILDERDALE

parison is an important element in intellectual growth, as well as in the cultivation of taste. We had purposed to speak of sacred art, and to discuss some further points of importance, in relation to the influence of art studies; but want of space ...

Google previewThe Europeanisation of Parliamentary Democracy (2013)

by Katrin Auel, Arthur Benz

The second com- parison is a time comparison for German MPs, which allows us to look at some developments with regard to the effects of the increasing political integration of the EU (for study descriptions see Appendix). The strategy of this ...

Google previewThe Dental Cosmos (1920)

by J. D. White, John Hugh McQuillen, George Jacob Ziegler, James William White, Edward Cameron Kirk, Lovick Pierce Anthony

parison is that the bar presents a limited surface and thickness of foreign material to which the patient must become accustomed. The gain in surgical and engineering value, however, outweighs in many cases this small inconvenience and ...

Google previewThe School Journal (1906)

The com— parison is a most excellent one and might have been completed by saying that the person who has acquired the accomplishment of playing the piano or singing, will have a new conception of music, just as the pupil who has ...

Google previewThe Nation (1906)

The com parison is a fair one ...

Google previewSPE/ANTEC 1996 Proceedings (Print version/ 3 volumes) (1996)

by Spe

Procedure Parison Modeling & Measuring A parison is a hot tube, usually circular, of plastic that is formed by extruding the plastic melt through a die. The parison is single most important element in the blow molding process, so modeling of ...

Google previewHandbook of Thermoplastic Elastomers (2014)

by Jiri George Drobny

The basic parison is a tube, which, in principle at least, has a constant wall thickness at all points around its circumference and along its length. In practice, circumferential thickness may vary as a result of weld lines, or if the mandrel is not truly ...

Google previewThe Biblical Encyclopedia (1903)

A Collection of Notes Explanatory, Homiletic and Illustrative Forming a Complete Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Especially Designed for the Use of Ministers, Bible Students and Sunday-school Teachers by James Comper Gray, George Moulton Adams

parison is an encouragement to contentment. A handful is sufficient; and a quiet heart, grateful to God and at peace with men, can make what others might deem poverty not only endurable but welcome. It is God's ...

Google previewEncyclopedia and Handbook of Materials, Parts and Finishes, Third Edition (2016)

by Mel Schwartz

Parison The hollow plastic tube for which a plastic component is blow molded. See also blow molding. Parison Swell In blow molding of plastics, the tendency of the parison to enlarge as it emerges from the die. It is expressed as the ratio of ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms (2015)

by Chris Baldick

parison. See PARALLELISM. Parnassians. (Parnassiens) A group of French poets who set a new standard of formal precision in *lyric poetry from the 1860s to the 1890s, partly in reaction against the emotional extravagance of * Romanticism.

Google previewDictionary of Glass (2001)

Materials and Techniques by Charles Bray

The parison can be elongated ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Automotive Engineering (2015)

by David Crolla

Parison extrusion Blow molding Part formed (cross-section) (cross-section) Air hose Die head Mold Molded part Molten Figure 8. Extrusion/blow molding. ( Reproduced with permission from CustomPartNet. © CustomPartNet.) Figure 14.

Google previewHenley's Encyclopaedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades ... (1906)

parison with the ordinary single cylinder type of pump. The expanded steam comes into the low-pressure cylinder, mounted in tandem with the high press. In this example the HP. cylinder is 6' in diameter, and the LP.

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Small photo of Paris, FRANKRIJK - JULY 22 ,2017: Tourists in the square in front of Basilique du Sacré Coeur look out over the city of Parison july 22 ,2017 in Paris,FranceSmall photo of PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 6 : Asain women mother and daughter travel and posing for take photo with Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Parison September 6, 2017 in Paris, FranceSmall photo of Notre Dame of Parison the late afternoon in Spring. Last rays of Sun in the evening.Small photo of Tea leaves in transparent parison with wooden spoon isolated on white background More...

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Scrabble value of P3A1R1I1S1O1N1

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