In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(from furnace)escoria de hulla femenino
- An electric three-roll crusher reduces 95% of the clinker to less than 35 mm in size.
- The department originally issued the antidumping order on gray Portland cement and clinker from Mexico in 1990.
- In addition, the plant has 11 air cannons installed on the clinker cooler.
- The sintered material is cooled to form cement clinker.
- At its peak the mix reaches 1, 450C before exiting as a hard, gritty material called clinker.
- With additional analysis of shipping market development, the study also includes detailed appraisals of cement and clinker imports and exports.
- The expected decrease of duty on cement and clinker from Rs 400 per tonne to Rs 350 per tonne didn't happen.
- We cool the clinker, add a bit of gypsum to control setting time, and crush the mixture into a fine powder.
- Holcim also has placed an order with IKN to upgrade the two clinker coolers at the Dundee, Mich. plant.
- The permitted operating capacity of the plant is 800,000 tons of clinker per year.
- These small grayish black pellets are called clinker.
- Thirdly, reduce the clinker content in cement, by intergrinding cementious material like slag, fly ash, or limestone.
- I propose to reduce the customs duty on cement and clinkers from 25% to 20%.
- The tremendous velocity of the particle-laden dust stream coupled with high temperatures coming off the clinker cooler rapidly eroded the elbow and standard-issue duct system.
- Cement and clinker imports declined 6.5 percent in 2002, according to a recent PCA report.
- The building can store as much as 400,000 tons of clinker.
- To the extent possible, the concrete mixture should incorporate Portland cement of one type, made with clinker from a single source, and manufactured at the same plant.
- The company imported 33,000 tonnes of clinker to support the company's own production in order to maximise cement production.
- Another is a rounded piece of clinker, a porous material that results from the burning of coal seams.
- Cement and clinker imports play an important role in supplementing domestic capacity constraints.
2(brick)ladrillo duro masculino
- Remaindered brick packs - rough clinkers, chocolate browns, flash fired silvers - were placed randomly along the south elevation, to be laid as required.
- Beneath the city's dense urban forest, low walls of Arroyo Seco stone and clinker brick front brown-shingled homes with porches set under graceful overhangs.
- It will take about 1500 whole bricks, clinkers.
1(gaffe)metedura de pata femenino coloquialmetida de pata femenino América Latina coloquialpifia femenino coloquialpifiada femenino coloquial
2(bad product)porquería femenino coloquialbasura femenino
- I was in the movie business, did some good movies, did a couple of clinkers.
- Your own prior experience with a clinker marriage does count for something.
- He conducted wedding services, and when some of the marriages hit clinkers, he was a patient, extraordinarily attentive family counselor.
- Anyway Marron made it two with another clinker.
- Luckily, the duo doesn't settle on such clinkers.
- So, updates will come a little quicker now, this was the clinker.
- If that was the high point in the series, which Oregon leads 52-41-10, then the real clinker was the 1983 scoreless tie.
- Every talented author is entitled to the occasional clinker.
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