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emit

verb beam, cast out, discharge, eject, eructate, erupt, exhale, exhaust, expel, expend, exude, give forth, give off, give out, gush, hurl, issue, jet, let out, pour forth, pour out, put forth, radiate, secrete, send forth, send out, shed, shoot, spurt, squirt, throw, throw off, throw out
See also: bear, cast, discharge, emanate, enunciate, expel, exude, outpour, project, promulgate, pronounce, publish, remark, send, speak, utter, yield

TO EMIT. To put out; to send forth,
     2. The tenth section of the first article of the constitution, contains various prohibitions, among which is the following: No state shall emit bills of credit. To emit bills of credit is to issue paper intended to circulate through the community for its ordinary purposes, as money, which paper is redeemable at a future day. 4 Pet. R. 410, 432; Story on Const. Sec. 1358. Vide Bills of credit.

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When the emitter detects the smartphone on the desired charging surface, it switches on the laser to begin charging the battery.
It is imagined that, in the utilization of microtube emitters, there is a range of inlet pressures in the line, around an optimal value that allows operation with proper distribution uniformity and, therefore, it is admissible that there are variations in the inlet pressure of lateral lines.
This was also due to more obstruction in flow stream lines due to large barb area, because emitter barbs affected more in small diameter pipes.
Choose adjustable emitters and sprayers with flow control so you can adjust the water pattern for individual plants as they grow.
5 micromillimeters single-photon emitter, which promises simpler and more compact quantum cryptographic communications systems in the future.
Where: T = air temperature ([degrees]C), I = infrared peak wavelength (um), L= length of absorbing area (m), W = width of absorbing area (m), H = distance between emitter and absorbing surface (m)
In an orifice-type emitter the flow is fully turbulent and the discharge can be determined from the sprinkler nozzle equation (Equation 17.
The DOA of the emitter is the angle at which the Doppler shift goes from positive to negative.
That cash acquired a 100 foot roll of 1/2 inch irrigation hose, a roll of 1/4 inch tubing, a female hose end connector, an assortment of emitters, and a hose end.
To make the atomic light emitter perform, the Caltech team uses mirrors, optical elements, electronic components, and ordinary full-scale lasers crowded onto a room-size table.
The light-emitting carbon nanotubes represent the first electrically controlled single-molecule light emitter ever constructed.
Our new emitters ensure that each customer will have the best emitter for their specific environment," said Ian Matthew, director of marketing, StereoGraphics Corporation.