Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of autoclave.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of autoclave.

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Examples

  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" - each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter - in which the crystals were grown.

    Chesterton Tribune

  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" - each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter

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  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" -- each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter -- in which the crystals were grown.

    Manufacturing.net Headline News

  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" - each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" - each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter-in which the crystals were grown.

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  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" -- each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter -- in which the crystals were grown.

    Manufacturing.net Headline News

  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" - each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter-in which the crystals were grown.

    RSSMicro Search - Top News on RSS Feeds

  • The method most frequently employed is to generate the formaldehyde in generators, retorts, and in the so-called autoclaves, and then to force it through apertures into the room.

    The Home Medical Library, Volume V (of VI)

  • He said engineers are studying whether the future jet, expected to be ready to enter service at the end of this decade, might be manufactured without the large and very expensive high-pressure ovens called autoclaves that are used to harden the composite material on the 787.

    The Seattle Times

  • The building housed four 75-ton "autoclaves" †"each 50 feet tall and 3 1/2 feet in diameter â€" in which the crystals were grown.

    The Guardian World News

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