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- n. Obsolete form of nozzle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Nozzle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The nose.
- n. The projecting spout or ventage of something; a terminal pipe or part of a pipe: as, the nozle of a bellows.
- n. Same as socket, as of a candlestick.
- n. That part in which are placed the valves that open and close the communication between the cylinder and the boiler and condenser in lowpressure or condensing engines, and between the cylinder and boiler and atmosphere in high-pressure engines.
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Iz also onlys 2 tiels up wal frm flor, n has swivle nozle.
Finally, one of them got a coon's innards, and filled it up with gunpowder, and tied a piece of punk in the nozle.
Diameter nozle jangan terlalu kecil agar Tidak mudah buntu.
_innards, _ and filled it up with gunpowder, and tied a piece of punk in the nozle.