Like many Atomic Energy Commission officials, Dewar saw the accident as “achieving some objectives.”
Dewar Flask, a flask devised by Dewar for the examination of liquefied gases.
Near the bed was an axe belonging to Dewar, stained with blood.
As far as was known, Mr. and Mrs. Dewar were a perfectly happy and united couple.
Dewar is a man of independent means—lives on his estate down in Maryland and writes stories between fox hunts.
The introduction of the vacuum vessel by Dewar has been of great service in all the work on liquefied gases.
Ned had left Washington with sixteen cubic feet of the liquid in eight delicate Dewar bulbs, or casks.
He pointed to a bottle labelled Dewar's whiskey, which stood on the table near the spirit-kettle.
It was afterwards set by Dewar, whether with the same accompaniments or not, I have forgot.
Why are the inner walls of a Dewar bulb sometimes coated with a film of silver?