Paine turned his attention to mechanics, and invented the tubular iron bridge, which he endeavored to introduce in Europe.
The tubular flowers of Aristolochia offer a very similar case.
Percussion yields a sound of muffled resonance, due to the tubular nature of the tumor.
The calyx is tubular, with thirteen ribs and five pointed teeth.
The force of the current is regulated by means of a tubular magnet, which slides over the helix, and is called the plunger.
The Dnieper is crossed at Kremenchug by a tubular bridge 1081 yds.
In the particular flowers now alluded to the tubular form seems due to a dilatation, and not to a cohesion of the margins.
The calyx in this genus is tubular, with the limb in two or four lobes, as in nothera.
It is tubular at first, but becomes broadly oval, with a contracted mouth, as the fruit ripens.
The corolla is tubular and funnel-shaped, with a five-cleft limb.