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cylinder-engine

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In paper-making, a machine in which the pulp is formed in a sheet upon a cylinder and delivered as a web to the dryers.

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Examples

  • A spur-wheel, 6½in. in diameter, moved by a double cylinder-engine ... turns the turret, guns and all, a rod connected with the running gear of the engine enabling the runner to control the aim.

    The American Iron-Clad Vessels

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