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ULLAGE, com. law. When a cask is gauged, what it wants of being full is called ullage.

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Had the aircraft's wing tanks been fitted with ESF (explosion-suppressant foam), which stops ullage explosions, the men may well be alive today, the inquest was told.
It was an ullage explosion caused by enemy fire that took down the C130k aircraft in 2005.
A more logological but less tangible approach would be to find all these body parts embedded not in other objects or concepts but in other words or phrases, like tHE ADvent, flaSK ULLage, SCALPel, PATEnt, sysTEM PLEnitude, coBRA 1Nfundibulum.
In the instance of wine, one would ostensibly like to include a hedonic specification in the repeat-sale regression to control for such characteristics as ullage, condition of the labels, whether the original wooden case is present, how much of the wine is offered in a given auction, and in which auction house the wine is sold.
Julie Sawyer, for Lever Brothers Ltd, said: "We leave a space at the top, which we call the ullage, so we are able to offer 10 per cent more powder as a special offer without having to change the packaging.
The critical limitation of most prior TRM work has been the necessity of precisely calculating ullage, or the thermal expansion of the silicone rubber in order to provide the desired pressure.
Poll NOW offers unlimited polling and delivers real-time inventory data, including product label, water height, current volume and ullage information for each tank.
TM] unit to rapidly inert fuel tank ullage below flammable levels.