travel iron

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n travel iron a small lightweight iron that can be carried while traveling
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Usage

In literature:

In such a litter, with the lattice-work made of iron, Bajazet either chose or was constrained to travel.
"The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Volume 6" by Edward Gibbon
In such a litter, with the lattice-work made of iron, Bajazet either chose or was constrained to travel.
"The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Volume 6" by Edward Gibbon
The handiest for travelling is a mortar made from a mercury bottle cut in half, and a not too heavy wrought iron pestle with a hardened face.
"Getting Gold" by J. C. F. Johnson
I never fancied an iron boat for river travel owing to the ease of puncturing it.
"Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life" by Thomas Wallace Knox
It has an agent in every bar of railroad iron, a servant in every electric wire, a missionary in every traveler.
"The American Missionary, Volume 43, No. 6, June, 1889" by Various
Though I have traveled close to a million miles behind the iron horse I cannot ride backwards on a railroad train.
"Wit, Humor, Reason, Rhetoric, Prose, Poetry and Story Woven into Eight Popular Lectures" by George W. Bain
To reach this the travellers had to cross the iron bridge and wend their way through the narrow bazaars.
"The Adventures of Akbar" by Flora Annie Steel
For many weeks Nero traveled about the country with the circus, living in his iron-barred cage, from which he was never taken.
"Nero, the Circus Lion" by Richard Barnum
He saw Allan, and reined up iron-grey Traveller.
"The Long Roll" by Mary Johnston
For a time there was no sound in the room but the click of Mrs. John's iron, as it travelled swiftly to and fro.
"The Golden Shoemaker" by J. W. Keyworth
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In news:

Why would a man flying from Japan to Boston need to wear a bulletproof vest and travel with a suitcase full of weapons, leg irons, a smoke grenade, a gas mask and a biohazard suit.
Jiffy Steamer Company, LLC, a maker of consumer and professional steaming equipment, released a travel steamer that is reportedly five-times faster than ironing.
Swedish-born Tom Adams first started traveling the world selling copper and iron ore, and he witnessed the universal language struggles of doing business in far-flung regions.
LOS ANGELES — Why would a man flying from Japan to Boston need to wear a bulletproof vest and travel with a suitcase full of weapons, leg irons, a smoke grenade, a gas mask and a biohazard suit.
Matthew Irons, youth chairman, said he and his wife, Miranda, will travel to Boise, ID, this week representing Pennsylvania as young couple.
Wondering if you remembered to turn off the iron should be one of your only worries the next time you travel if Linda Kagan has her way.
THIS WEEK, time traveling space wizard KABUKI IRON KOLORS.
Why would a man flying from Japan to Boston need to wear a bulletproof vest and travel with a suitcase full of weapons, leg irons, a smoke grenade , a gas mask and a biohazard suit.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Why would a man flying from Japan to Boston need to wear a bulletproof vest and travel with a suitcase full of weapons, leg irons, a smoke grenade , a gas mask and a biohazard suit.
LOS ANGELES — Why would a man flying from Japan to Boston need to wear a bulletproof vest and travel with a suitcase full of weapons, leg irons, a smoke grenade , a gas mask and a biohazard suit.
I travel quite a bit, and if you've ever watched the way the baggage handlers deal with your luggage, you'll understand why I built an oak box banded in iron to carry my woodworking tools.
Animal rights activists have tried for years to shutter the Tiger Truck Stop 's iron-and-cinder-block "habitat," where for the last few years Tony, a 550-pound Bengal-Siberian tiger, has languished for the fleeting entertainment of travelers.
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In science:

Neutrinos can travel unaffected through iron as far as light can travel in a hundred years through empty space.
How the sun shines
Attenuation length of photons, protons and iron in various background radiations as a function of energy.37 The dot-dashed line represents the absolute upper limit on the distance a particle can travel toward Earth, regardless of its initial energy.
Physics of Extremely High Energy Cosmic Rays
In order to determine the modifications of the spectrum due to the losses which the nucleons suffer due to interactions with the relic photons, we assume that the iron nucleus emitted at t = t0 is a travelling source which at the end of a time τΓ has emitted the 56 nucleons altogether.
From 3K to $10^{20}$eV
But as the shock wave travels through the outer iron core, it heats and melts the iron that crosses the shock front, at a loss of ∼ 8 MeV/nucleon.
The Nuclear Physics of Solar and Supernova Neutrino Detection
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