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COMBCombination
COMBCenter of Marine Biotechnology (University of Maryland)
COMBCombine
COMBCombustion
COMBCombiner
COMBCommonwealth Ombudsman (Australia)
COMBCanadian Outdoor Measurement Bureau (Toronto, Ontario)
COMBCollegi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain)
COMBCommunity Bankshares, Inc (Delaware; stock symbol)
COMBCovenant Mutual Benefits Plan
COMBClub Olympique Multisport Bagneux (French: Bagneux Multisport Olympic Club; Bagneux, France)
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quite mistaken, as he soon found, in supposing the thing to have been abandoned by all authorities) published some ingenious letters to me at the time when that event was chronicled, arguing that spontaneous combustion could not possibly be.
the recorded opinions and experiences of distinguished medical professors, French, English, and Scotch, in more modern days, contenting myself with observing that I shall not abandon the facts until there shall have been a considerable spontaneous combustion of the testimony on which human occurrences are usually received.
We shall have to employ a large-grained powder," continued the major; "its combustion is more rapid than that of the small.
It ignites at 170 degrees in place of 240, and its combustion is so rapid that one may set light to it on the top of the ordinary powder, without the latter having time to ignite.
We will try first to stifle this 'ere damned combustion by want of air.
Him the Almighty Power Hurld headlong flaming from th' Ethereal Skie With hideous ruine and combustion down To bottomless perdition, there to dwell In Adamantine Chains and penal Fire, Who durst defie th' Omnipotent to Arms.
Combustion Science and Technology: 179, 437-453 (2007).
Eskin replaces John Sams, who has moved to GTS Energy Systems, a vendor to LPP Combustion.
The LPP Combustion System converts conventional liquid fuels into a synthetic natural gas, called LPP gas.
Since the split-cycle configuration produces compressed air during its operation, Scuderi engineers decided it would be ideal if they could capture the air produced during the combustion process and use it to power the engine and auxiliary items.
Sharing your breathing-air with these by-products of combustion can lead to a variety of consequences.
CO2, where carbon dioxide is measured to see how well the fuel and air are mixing during the combustion process.