The mazer-bowls were made from maple-wood, so named from the German maser, a spotted wood.
Rhazes quoted maser Djawah freely and evidently trusted his declarations implicitly.
"Don't try and buff me, dinAlt," the maser barrel pushed harder against his back.
1955, acronym from "microwave amplification (by) stimulated emission (of) radiation."
Short for microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. A device that generates coherent microwaves using the same principles as a laser. Masers are used in a variety of applications, including in atomic clocks. Natural masers are found in outer space when water or other substances are excited by radiation from a star or by the energy of a collision.