from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to or used in the process of blowing through (which see, under blow, verb, I.).


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  • MCCANN: Sure, but remember that mechanized doctrines is pretty much a blow-through and go to the bigger objective.

    CNN Transcript Mar 23, 2003

  • A complete blow-through of the SRB propellant flame was prevented in the early stages of Challenger's flight due to aluminum oxides from burned solid propellant that became lodged within the secondary O-ring, thereby creating a temporary seal of the field joint.

  • That's why the Holy Nickelbags have gone ahead and mounted the engine behind the driver and added roof-intercooled twin ghettocharging, complete with blow-through Holly carburetor.



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