Funnel

[concurrent computing] In Computer Science, a funnel is a synchronization primitive used in kernel development to protect system resources. First used on Digital UNIX as a way to `funnel` device driver execution onto a single processor, funnels are now used in the Mac OS X kernel to serialize access to the BSD portion of xnu. A funnel is a
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Funnel

In steam-ships, a funnel is a, usually, cylindrical metal chimney for the boiler-furnaces rising above the deck.
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Funnel

In architecture, a funnel is the shaft or hollow channel of a chimney through which smoke ascends.
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Funnel

A funnel occurs when one or more skydivers find themselves in an unstable body position and end up in a skydivers burble. The resulting loss of stability for the other skydivers usually causes the formation to break up
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funnel

[n] - a conical shape with a wider and a narrower opening at the two ends 2. [n] - a conically shaped utensil having a narrow tube at the small end 3. [n] - smokestack consisting of a shaft for ventilation or the passage of smoke (especially the smokestack of a ship) 4. [v] - move or pour through a funnel
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Funnel

Fun'nel noun [ Middle English funel , fonel , probably through Old French fr, Latin fundibulum , infundibulum , funnel, from infundere to pour in; in in + fundere to pour; confer Armor. founil funnel, W. ffynel air hole, chimney. See Fuse
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funnel

1. A vessel of the shape of an inverted hollow cone, terminating below in a pipe, and used for conveying liquids into a close vessel; a tunnel. ... 2. A passage or avenue for a fluid or flowing substance; specifically, a smoke flue or pipe; the iron chimney of a steamship or the like. ... <chemical> Funnel box, one of the ropes or rods steady
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funnel

noun (nautical) smokestack consisting of a shaft for ventilation or the passage of smoke (especially the smokestack of a ship)
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funnel

verb move or pour through a funnel; `funnel the liquid into the small bottle`
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Funnel

• (v. t.) A passage or avenue for a fluid or flowing substance; specifically, a smoke flue or pipe; the iron chimney of a steamship or the like. • (v. t.) A vessel of the shape of an inverted hollow cone, terminating below in a pipe, and used for conveying liquids into a close vessel; a tunnel.
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Funnel

Funnel is British slang for the anus.
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Funnel

Funnel is British slang for the anus.
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funnel

Type: Term Pronunciation: fŭn′ĕl Definitions: 1. A hollow, conic vessel with a tube proceeding from its apex, used in pouring fluids from one container to another. 2. anatomy an infundibulum.
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Funnel

[disambiguation] A funnel is a pipe with a wide mouth, good for feeding, often conical mouth and a narrow stem. Funnel may also refer to: ...
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Funnel

[ship] A funnel is the smokestack or chimney on a ship used to expel boiler steam and smoke or engine exhaust. They are also commonly referred to as stacks. ==Purpose== The primary purpose of a ship`s funnel(s) is to lift the exhaust gases clear of the deck, in order not to foul the ship`s structure or decks, and to avoid impairing the abil
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Funnel

A funnel is a pipe with a wide, often conical mouth and a narrow stem. It is used to channel liquid or fine-grained substances into containers with a small opening. Without a funnel, spillage would occur. Funnels are usually made of stainless steel, aluminium, glass, or plastic. The material used in its construction should be sturdy enough to with
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funnel

a cone-shaped utensil used to prevent spillage when pouring something
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Funnel

The ship's smokestack. Some funnels have a 'winged' upper portion to help send any exhaust particula
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funnel

The ship's smokestack
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