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- n. Obsolete form of carbon.
- v. To broil.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To broil. [Obs.] “We had a calf's head carboned”.
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It's members have the right and ability to communicate directly with their representatives and should exercise that ability. geraldine carbone
What is the meaning of burning Carbon (C) with Oxygen (O2) to get energy and carbone dioxide (CO2) (some water involved H2o, but who cares?) and then try to “technomagically” reverse the procesus to get rid of that CO2 WITHOUT using most of the energy you get in the first place.
Diatomées lacustres de Jamésie-Hudsonie (Québec) et modèle de reconstitution des concentrations de carbone organique dissous.
This was long ago, 60 mln years; but a more recent epoch, Holocene, also seen huge carbone dioxide sequestrations and releases, since onset of agriculture. 2000 years ago all Western Europe and British Isles were covered by forests; by early 17 century almost all of it was felled for firewood, charcoal and timber.
It sits on a mountain of carbone credits due to collapse of its heavy industry in 1990.
Freins : disques carbone-céramique, étriers 8 et 6 pistons
Châssis : monocoque en aluminium et fibres de carbone
Fwd: europe et taxe carbone - portraits politiques...
"Quem pater ardentis massae fuligine lippus, A carbone et forcipibus gladiosque parante Incude et luteo Vulcano ad rhetora misit."
The immense quantity of carbone and of oxygen which constitute so great a part of the limestone countries is almost beyond conception, and, as it has been formed by animals, may again become a part of them, as well as the calcareous matter with which they are united.
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