Brandling

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Brandling (Zoöl) Same as Branlin, fish and worm.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n brandling The smolt, or salmon of the first year.
    • n brandling A small red worm of the family Lumbricidæ, Lumbricus fætidus, related to the earthworm, but with the body banded with a alternate brown and yellow segments. It especially harbors in old dunghills, and is used for bait in freshwater fishing. Alos called bramble-worm.
    • n brandling Alos written branlin.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Brandling a red worm used by anglers, found commonly in tan-pits
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. brand, brond, from root of Burn.

Usage

In literature:

Criticism: Brandl's Coleridge and the English Romantic Movement.
"English Literature" by William J. Long
ALOIS BRANDL, Professor, President of the Shakespeare Society, Berlin.
"New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1" by Various
The wind was fierce and cutting, and the brandlings had been upset into the luncheon-basket.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 156, Feb. 19, 1919" by Various
The best for Spring fishing are the Marl or Meadow worms, the Gilt Tail, the Squirrel Tail and the Brandling, are excellent in Summer.
"The Teesdale Angler" by R Lakeland
A species of brandling faintly barred on both sides.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Mr. Brandling, however, revised the letter, which was shortly after published in the local journals.
"Lives of the Engineers The Locomotive. George and Robert Stephenson" by Samuel Smiles
A. BRANDL, D.R.S.Z., No.
"Gems (?) of German Thought" by Various
See the paper by Alois Brandl appended to this series of sonnets, p. 218.
"The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume IV (of 8)" by William Wordsworth
He's Brandle, the coal magnate.
"Leerie" by Ruth Sawyer
Most of Brandl's derivations seem to me to depend upon very perilous conjectures.
"Beowulf" by R. W. Chambers
Brandling, Sir Robert, 60, 68.
"John Knox" by Wm. M. Taylor
Edited by Dr. Alois Brandl.
"An Alphabetical List of Books Contained in Bohn's Libraries (1892)" by Bohn's Libraries
What do you mean, dear Lady Brandling?
"Penelope Brandling" by Vernon Lee
Texts are to be found in Manly, Dodsley, Brandl, and discussions in the latter.
"Tragedy" by Ashley H. Thorndike
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In news:

Alison Hilands, Matthew Brandle Submitted Photo.
Alison Hilands, Matthew Brandle.
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In science:

Using the relation of Houck et al. (2007), derived from the starburst sample of Brandl et al. (2006), we can use the 7.7µm flux density as a measure of star formation.
Powerful H$_2$ Line-cooling in Stephan's Quintet : I - Mapping the Significant Cooling Pathways in Group-wide Shocks
Brandl et al. designed NiCEBook , an augmented notebook that enhances natural note taking. NiCEBook provides tagging functionality and allows users to share their handwritten notes in a vector format via e-mail.
U-Note: Capture the Class and Access it Everywhere
Murdock Gilchriese provided essential support for the irradiations, and Alexander Brandl, Gavin Mendel-Gleason, and Trek Palmer provided several drawings and (cid:12)gures.
Capacitance of Silicon Pixels
Brandl, Evolution of complex dynamics in spatial ly structured populations, Proc.
Evolutionary ecology in-silico: Does mathematical modelling help in understanding the "generic" trends?
These features are remarkably similar in starbursts ranging from low-luminosity, nearby galaxies (Brandl et al. 2006) to ultraluminous galaxies at z ∼ 2 (Pope et al. 2008; Farrah et al. 2008).
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
IRS observations because of the initial optical classification as starburst (Brandl et al.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
Brandl et al. (2006) leads to a measure of the integrated SFR in the local universe that is consistent with that measured for starburst galaxies using independent techniques.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
For a starburst comparison to Markarian 231, we use the IRS spectrum from Brandl et al. (2006) of the prototype starburst NGC 7714.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
The sample in Brandl et al. (2006) has an average optical depth at the 9.7 µm silicate absorption feature of 0.24.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
This result can be seen in Figure 1 of Desai et al. (2007) which compares the average starburst spectrum from Brandl et al.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
The transformations in equations (2) and (3) have no dependence on luminosity because there is no evidence of such dependence in the starburst sample of Brandl et al. (2006).
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
These starbursts are typically ∼ 100 times more luminous than the local starbursts of Brandl et al. (2006), but the relation between Lir and PAH luminosities is an extension of the relation from the local Brandl starbursts, with no dependence on luminosity.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
The agreement of this calibration for high luminosity, high redshift sources with the calibration for the local, lower luminosity starbursts in Brandl et al. (2006) is the strongest evidence we have that the calibration is not luminosity dependent.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
Uncertainties given in equations (2) and (3) are the random uncertainties among the Brandl starburst sample used for the conversion; systematic uncertainties in the adopted transformations can be estimated by comparison with independent determinations of the same parameters.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
For starbursts in reference 1, luminosities also include the correction factor FF given in Brandl et al. (2006) for flux from the resolved source which is not included in the IRS observing slit.
The Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe
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