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fun·nel

(fŭn'ĕl),
1. A hollow, conic vessel with a tube proceeding from its apex, used in pouring fluids from one container to another.
2. anatomy an infundibulum.

fun·nel

(fŭn'ĕl)
1. A hollow conic vessel with a tube of variable length proceeding from its apex, used in pouring fluids from one container to another, in filtering, and other tasks.
2. anatomy An infundibulum.

funnel

(fŭn′ĕl) [L. fundere, to pour]
A conical device open at both ends used to direct a fluid from the larger opening (at one end of the cone) to the smaller at the other.
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Hermann) seriously doubted if there were seven thousand cents, and the tug, no doubt, was mort gaged up to the top of the funnel to the firm of Siegers.
Cavalletto,' said Monsieur Rigaud, suddenly withdrawing his gaze from this funnel to which they had both involuntarily turned their eyes, 'you know me for a gentleman?
Everything from hard news from the media, press releases, videos, market research and events are available within users' News Funnels for free.
Marketers or agencies can define their funnels and set strategies for each media plan element in a self-service UI.
During many of the more recent years I have used plastic funnels.
Since those early days I've learned what types of funnels to hunt at different times to put myself within range of out-of-range bucks.
The Titan's large brew funnels are capable of holding up to 28 ounces of ground coffee and include the BUNN SplashGuard for safety.
In 1865, Alfred founded the Ocean Steamship Company with its technologically advanced ships featuring distinctive black and powder blue funnels which made them instantly recognisable around the world.
Researchers have proposed that such a hot spot arises when the strong magnetic fields around a cooling neutron star funnels energy back onto a small patch of the star's surface.
This life-support tube funnels nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the embryo; it also channels waste products, like the gas carbon dioxide, back to the placenta and into the mother's bloodstream.
Each funnel is at a different height, and because of the random scatter of the tubes in Plan and different orientation of the funnels, each has a slightly different sound, depending on the state of the tide, and the shape and frequency of the waves: sighing or sucking, gurgling or glugging, whooshing or weeping, sometimes almost silent, susurrating and gently dripping when the funnel is above the surface.
The systems include larger diameter funnels for easier pouring, versatile and durable closures, a removal neck screen to trap large particles, and a redesigned vent system with removable filter to reduce fumes and splashing.