Origin of vacuum gauge
Words nearby vacuum gauge
How to use vacuum gauge in a sentence
But politicians abhor a rhetorical vacuum, and they have clamored to fill it.
It took the entire day, but the slow pace indicated that it was probably a test to gauge public reaction.
So, he approached his nomadic friends to gauge their interest in the collaboration.
To gauge his level of truthfulness, I asked, “So, you wouldn't mind if I included your donor identification number in the story?”
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The gauge of railways in Great Britain was not fixed upon any scientific principle.
Its first cost and expense in working to be much less than that of the Watt low-pressure steam vacuum engine.
The Wheal Prosper 16-inch pole high-pressure expansive steam vacuum engine commenced its up-stroke with steam of 100 lbs.
Trevithick determined in future to use two safety-valves, and also a safety steam-gauge.
The conversion of the other, a 63-inch low-pressure vacuum engine at Wheal Gons, will be traced in this chapter.