The whole of this registering apparatus was enclosed under a glass bell-jar (g).
"The Problems of Psychical Research" by Hereward Carrington
I had scarcely drawn my stick from the umbrella-jar when the bell rang once again.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VIII (of X)" by Various
Slightly jarred, he realized it and pulled the bell again.
"Stubble" by George Looms
Cover the cultivations with the bell jar.
"The Elements of Bacteriological Technique" by John William Henry Eyre
Mariamne's jarring voice seemed louder than the bells.
"The Marriage of Elinor" by Margaret Oliphant
In the very middle of the bell-jar of visibility granted them all at once, stood a black rectangular object.
"Equation of Doom" by Gerald Vance
Some ants' nests were placed under a bell jar and supplied with leaves; they made no use of them and presently died.
"The Industries of Animals" by Frédéric Houssay
On his desk was a bell jar.
"Thompson's Cat" by Robert Moore Williams
They have tested it, and it cannot be jarred down or turned in any way except by means of the bell.
"The Blind Man's Eyes" by William MacHarg
At four bells in the morning watch on July 23d, while we were still in the ice-field, there was a jar and a crash.
"Harper's Round Table, August 27, 1895" by Various
I shall pour a little ether upon blotting-paper in this bell jar, and fill the jar with its heavy vapour.
"Soap-Bubbles" by C. V. Boys
An ordinary bell jar such as is used for covering ferns or for aquaria makes a very useful 'larva glass.
"Butterflies and Moths" by William S. Furneaux
Only the tolling of the church bell jarred upon my ears.
"Tales of the Wonder Club, Volume II" by Alexander Huth
In the bell-turret was a bell of sufficient weight sensibly to jar the whole building at every one of its semi-revolutions.
"Toronto of Old" by Henry Scadding
After being well shaken, the liquid was poured into a sterile glass Petrie dish and covered with a moist and sterile bell-jar.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 3" by Various
The flask is allowed to remain for an hour in a cool place, and is then placed under a bell-jar, at a temperature of 70 deg.
"Meteorology" by J. G. M'Pherson
Suddenly on her bright mood jarred the dinner bell.
"Life Without and Life Within" by Margaret Fuller
Then cover it with a tall bell jar and place the apparatus in the sun.
"A Civic Biology" by George William Hunter
If an electric bell is placed in a bell jar attached to an air pump, as in Fig.
"Physics" by Willis Eugene Tower
The bell within pealed and rocked and jarred, gave a last hysterical gurgle and was dumb.
"Regiment of Women" by Clemence Dane
The Bell Jar (1963) By Sylvia Plath.
DEFENSE IN ' BELL JAR ' TRIAL MAKES OPENING POINTS.
Jars of freshly packed goat cheese await shrink wrapping at Belle Chevre in Elkmont AL.
David Crowder hosting church music gig, featuring Jars of Clay, Rob Bell, Giglio, more.
The Bell Jar (1963) By Sylvia Plath .
TWC INVAC of Warsaw, Poland, received an order from the government of Turkey for a high-temperature bell jar sintering furnace.
Flowers from all over her Blue Bell neighborhood as a little girl, arranging them in water-filled jelly jars, and proudly presenting them to the very people whose gardens she'd just raided.
You can keep dishware on a dining-room side table, protected from dust and mischievous cats, on covered cake stands and under bell jars and cloches (the glass domes gardeners use to protect plants from the cold).
2 large red bell peppers (or 3/4 cup finely diced jarred roasted red bell peppers, if you prefer).