Gas

[Bottom episode] "Gas" is the second episode of the first series of British sitcom Bottom. It was first broadcast on Tuesday September 24, 1991. ==Synopsis== After nearly killing the Gas Man, Richie and Eddie must remove an illegal gas connection from next door without disturbing their violent neighbour. ==Plot== The episode begins with Ric
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Gas

[music] The Elected album cover (from AMG) ==Fair use rationale for Me First (album)== ...
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Gas

[comic] Gas was a British adult comic that was published monthly by Galaxy Publications from 1989 to 1991. Gas was one of many such comics emulating the success of Viz, and like many of its peers (and unlike its upmarket siblings Brain Damage and Talking Turkey) was a crude copycat of the format Viz pioneered. Initially, many strips were cl
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Gas

Gas was used as the primary method of lighting both the stage and auditorium from around the 1830s, though it was certainly tried 10 or 15 years before that, until the advent of the electric light later that century.
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gas

[n] - a fluid in the gaseous state having neither independent shape nor volume and being able to expand indefinitely 2. [n] - the state of matter distinguished from the solid and liquid states by: relatively low density and viscosity 3. [v] - attack with gas
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Gas

See natural gas
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Gas

Something made of particles that are very spread out and have no bonds between them.
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Gas

Elements or compounds of low molecular weight which exist purely in the gaseous phase under normal conditions.
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gas

a compressible fluid that fills any container in which it is confined. Technically, a gas will not condense when it is compressed and cooled, because a gas can exist only above the critical temperature for its particular composition. Below the critical temperature, this form of matter is known as a vapor, because liquid can exist and condensation
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Gas

The state of matter in which molecules move freely, so allowing it to expand completely to fill any space that it occupies.
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Gas

Matter with no definite shape or volume. See also: Boyles Gas Law, Charles Gas Law, Ideal Gas, Ideal Gas Law, Liquid, Noble Gases, Ratio of Specific Heats, Solid, Specific Gas Constant.
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gas

gases; vapor. Matter in a form that has low density, is easily compressible and expandable, and expands spontaneously when placed in a larger container. Molecules in a gas move freely and are relatively far apart. 'Vapor' often refers to a gas made of a substance that is usually encountered as a liquid or solid; for example, gaseous H2O
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gas

Gas is a state of matter in which the matter concerned occupies the whole of its container irrespective of its quantity.
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Gas

a fluid having neither independent shape nor volume, but tending to expand indefinitely. The word is often used to denote anesthetics, combustibles (gasoline), poisonous materials, etc., whether liquid or solids at ordinary temperatures.
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Gas

The least dense state of matter.
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Gas

is a phase of matter which expands indefinitely to fill a containment vessel. Characterized by a low density.
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Gas

Chemical substances that exist in the gaseous state at room temperature.
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Gas

Gas (găs) noun ; plural Gases (-ĕz). [ Invented by the chemist Van Helmont of Brussels, who died in 1644.] 1. An aëriform fluid; -- a term used at first by chemists as synonymous with air , but since restricted to fluids supposed to be permanently elastic, as ox
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Gas

Gas transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gassed ; present participle & verbal noun Gassing .] 1. (Textiles) To singe, as in a gas flame, so as to remove loose fibers; as, to gas thread. 2. To impre
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Gas

Gas noun Gasoline. [ Colloq.]
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gas

Origin: Invented by the chemist Van Helmont of Brussels, who died in 1644. ... 1. An aeriform fluid; a term used at first by chemists as synonymous with air, but since restricted to fluids supposed to be permanently elastic, as oxygen, hydrogen, etc, in distinction from vapors, as steam, which become liquid on a reduction of temperature. In present
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gas

verb attack with gas; subject to gas fumes; `The despot gassed the rebellious tribes`
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gas

(gas) any elastic aeriform fluid in which the molecules are widely separated from each other and so have free paths. alveolar gas the gas in the alveoli of the lungs, where gas exchange with the capillary blood takes place. blood gases the partial pressures...
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(from the article `occupational disease`) Gases may act as local irritants to inflame mucous surfaces. Common examples include sulfur dioxide, chlorine, and fluorine, which have pungent ... [4 related articles]
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gas

one of the three fundamental states of matter, with distinctly different properties from the liquid and solid states.[37 related articles]
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