degas

[v] - remove gas from
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Degas

Removing air from a liquid, usually by ultrasonic or vacuum methods. See also: Dehydrator.
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Degas

Edgar Degas noun French impressionist painter (1834-1917)
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degas

verb remove gas from
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Degas

removing air from a liquid, usually by ultrasonic and/or vacuum methods.
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Degas

[crater] Degas is a rayed crater on Mercury at latitude 37.5, longitude 127. It is 45 km (27 mi) wide and was named after Edgar Degas. The rays consist of light colored material blasted out during the crater`s formation. Craters older than Degas are covered by the ray material, while younger craters are seen superimposed on the rays. The cr
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DEGAS

[software] DEGAS and DEGAS Elite (Design & Entertainment Graphic Arts System) are bitmap graphics editors created by Tom Hudson for Batteries Included. Antic magazine published winners of an art competition for those using the software in July 1986. == File formats == == See also == ...
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