STEAM


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STEAMSave Time, Energy And Money
STEAMStimulated Echo Acquisition Mode
STEAMScience, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (curriculum)
STEAMSurface Transportation Efficiency Analysis Model
STEAMShipboard Training Education Advancement Morale
STEAMScientific, Technical & Engineering Assistance for MDA (Missile Defense Agency) Contract
STEAMStandard Towing Equipment for Aviation Maintenance
STEAMSalesperson Teacher Enthusiastic Attitude Money
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In a few moments the savory steam came forth again, but with a different flavor, and in good time a fine cod-chowder was placed before us.
Suddenly some of the steam begins to advance, and, peering through it, you discern Aunt Elizabeth, Ona's stepmother--Teta Elzbieta, as they call her--bearing aloft a great platter of stewed duck.
I shall get a steam launch and follow him," said Lord Godalming.
On the 20th of July, 1866, the steamer Governor Higginson, of the Calcutta and Burnach Steam Navigation Company, had met this moving mass five miles off the east coast of Australia.
The captain as often as possible put up his sails, and under the double action of steam and sail the vessel made rapid progress along the coasts of Anam and Cochin China.
As the camera of the Heat-Ray hit the water, the latter had immediately flashed into steam.
Not for it the unerring precision of steel moved by white steam and living by red fire and fed with black coal.
Apollyon also entered heartily into the fun, and contrived to flirt the smoke and flame of the engine, or of his own breath, into their faces, and envelop them in an atmosphere of scalding steam.
Some sweet odors suddenly coming forth, without any drops falling, are, in such a company as there is steam and heat, things of great pleasure and refreshment.
Lord John Roxton has chartered a large steam launch, the Esmeralda, which was to carry us up the river.
Finally, above the banging, and rumbling, and shouting, and hissing of steam rang the order to "cast off
The combustion of the hydrogen and of the oxygen at the point of the cylinder produces solely the vapor or steam of water.