from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. That which is vapid, insipid, or lifeless; especially, the lifeless part of liquor or wine.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. That which is vapid, insipid, or lifeless; especially, the lifeless part of liquor or wine.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Wine which has become vapid or dead; vapid, flat, or insipid liquor.


See vapid. (Wiktionary)


  • But running two vap services would be extremely expensive/inefficient.


  • I must have just missed the previous vap, since I waited there a good hour as the drunks, lovers and drunken lovers slowly arrived.


  • But my wealthy eye doctor pal reported that he and his wife were followed off the vap late at night and fined some enormous fine (would you believe 1000Euros!).

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  • Then heat of vap at 212. then deltaH for raising cooling the vapor to room temp.

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  • How much heat in kJ is needed to convert 52. 6g of solid ethanol at - 117. 3*C to ethanol vapor at 78. 3*C? specific heat of ethanol is 2.46 kJ * C. heat of fus = 7.61 kJ/mol. heat of vap = 39.3 kJ/mol en EspaƱol

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  • The big one is vip (preceding v puts us in visual mode, for selection), which selects an "inner paragraph"; this means that if you're anywhere inside of a paragraph, you can type vip and have the entire thing instantly selected for you, possibly for you to run gq subsequently. vap is also equivalent, although it selects a whole paragraph and is more appropriate if you want to, say, delete it.

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  • I really think you should either choose vaporieon or glaceion, because vap can also learn ice moves.

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  • When is the long promised, repeatedly undelivered, vap ... from

  • Making a debut at Prawfs this month are Marcia McCormick (Cumberland, Employment law and fed courts); Rob Vischer (St. Thomas; law and religion / professional responsibility); and Brian Foley (vap at BU; crim and evidence law).


  • The sat vap density of water at eg 30 deg C is 30gm per cu M.



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