Rubber-type

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Rubber-type a type cast in rubber
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Usage

In literature:

Of course with this type of jar no rubber rings are necessary, as the rubber composition on the lacquered top does the sealing.
"Every Step in Canning" by Grace Viall Gray
Both types have a mahogany finished case with rubber feet to prevent damaging furniture.
"The Automobile Storage Battery" by O. A. Witte
Bucket-washings should yield a good type of pale rubber if they are obtained properly.
"The Preparation of Plantation Rubber" by Sidney Morgan
There was a box of little rubber type and an ink pad and a small memoranda book.
"The Black Star" by Johnston McCulley
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In news:

Next up is moving a cap with a garden-hose-type rubber seal over the pipe.
All you'll need to fashion one of the child-pleasers are two spring-type clothespins , a pocketknife, and a strong rubber band.
This rubber "wrap" lays on the fork leg and attaches across the back with O-ring type rubber bands.
Next up is moving a cap with a garden-hose -type rubber seal over the pipe.
True eels have well-developed jaws and teeth, while lampreys have a sucker-type mouth, much like a rubber suction cup.
We've all seen the ads and infomercials for the rubber bracelets that contain some type of metal or "negative ions " claiming to improve balance or increase performance among athletes.
They're extremely complex constructions of steel, fabrics, rubber, and other substances designed to provide the best performance for the particular type of tire .
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In science:

The skin is made with three types of materials, plastic rings for reinforcements, chains of rubber to ensure continuity in curvature, and a latex skin to seal and lift between the fluid and t he eel-like robot.
The eel-like robot
Thus, “specific weight” is an intensive quanti quantity type of volume (if the space X is a block of rubber, its volume (Lebesgue measure) may vary; so volume is, like mass, a distribution varying over X ).
Commutative monads as a theory of distributions
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