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compact

(kŏm′păkt)
Closely and tightly packed together; solid.
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The discharge of the cargo had also been delayed as a track compacter, used to crush gravel, had shifted and was blocking the exit ramps.
They hold eight times more waste than similar sized street bins without a solar compacter.
Le projet 2013 etait une [beaucoup moins que]scolarite virtuelle[beaucoup plus grand que] qui consiste en un systeme qui va compacter toutes les administrations d'universites en guichets automatiques.
Hand-operated soil compacter was used at a consistent pressure of 3000 psi.
To be sure to receive a good and homogenous compaction a roller compacter should thus be used, however, for efficiency the compaction with a caterpillar only is also possible, particularly on slopes with inclinations flatter than 1:3.
Gervais has already brought in a compacter to level the road and prevent truck tires from kicking up loose rocks into car windshields.
As a result, the brewery--which is owned by Portland, Ore.-based Craft Brewers Alliance Inc.--is saving $2,910 a month on dumpster rental fees and no longer needs a compacter.
With respect to the previous discussion, it is likely to indicate the larger refractive index of the aluminum oxide film conducting much compacter structure and better quality of the film that is considerably more helpful to form fixed negative charge and reduce interface trap density as well.
As the level of decomposition increased, compacter but coarser approximation component was obtained.