Mortar

[firestop] Firestop mortars are mortars most typically used to firestop large openings in walls and floors required to have a fire-resistance rating. They are passive fire protection items. Firestop mortars differ in formula and properties from most other cementitious substances{Citation needed|date=June 2011} and cannot be substituted with
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Mortar

In architecture mortar is a building material made by mixing lime, cement, or plaster of Paris, with sand, water, and sometimes other materials. It is used in masonry for joining stones, bricks, etc., and also for plastering, and in other ways.
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Mortar

A mixture of sand, water, and lime used to bind stones together; as opposed to drylaid masonry.
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mortar

[n] - used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall 2. [n] - a bowl-shaped vessel in which substances can be ground and mixed with a pestle 3. [n] - a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range 4. [v] - plaster with mortar
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Mortar

a mixture consisting of a binder (cement and/or hydrated lime), sand and water and the hardened product of the mixture.
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mortar

Method of projecting a bomb via a high trajectory at a target up to 6-7 km/3-4 mi away. A mortar bomb is stabilized in flight by means of tail fins. The high trajectory results in a high angle...
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Mortar

A mixture of cement with water and sand used in masonry work.
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Mortar

A mixture of cement with sand and water used in masonry work
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Mortar

A mixture of sand and cement used to hold bricks and stones together.
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Mortar

Mix of one or more inorganic binders, aggregates, water and sometimes additions and/or admixtures for bedding ,jointing and pointing of masonry.
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Mortar

a mixture traditionally including an aggregate, slacked lime or clay, any appropriate additive and water which is used for pointing and bedding masonry. In modern times, portland cement has been more widely used. A mixture rich in the cementing material is said to be 'fat'. Plasticisers a...
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Mortar

A material used to fill the gaps between stones, blocks or bricks in wall-building. It adheres to the components of the wall, creating a structural block. Traditional mortar was made with lime and sand, or clay was used as mortar. After the invention of Portland cement in the 1850s it was used as a substitute for lime, and is still used in that way
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mortar

Flat bottomed bowl used in Europe from the 11thC for pounding pharmaceuticals or foods. Mortars are usually made from a hard material such as marble, stone or bronze, and are used with a pounding utensil of the same material called a pestle.
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Mortar

Mor'tar noun [ Middle English morter , Anglo-Saxon mortēre , Latin mortarium : confer French mortier mortar. Confer sense 2 (below), also 2d Mortar , Martel , Morter .] 1. A strong vessel, commonly in form of an inverted bell, in which
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Mortar

Mor'tar noun [ Middle English mortier , French mortier , Latin mortarium mortar, a large basin or trough in which mortar is made, a mortar (in sense 1, above). See 1st Mortar .] (Architecture) A building material made by mixing lime, cement, or plaster of Paris, with
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Mortar

Mor'tar transitive verb To plaster or make fast with mortar.
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Mortar

Mor'tar noun [ French mortier . See Mortar a vessel.] A chamber lamp or light. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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mortar

1. A strong vessel, commonly in form of an inverted bell, in which substances are pounded or rubbed with a pestle. ... 2. [F. Mortier, fr. L. Mortarium mortar (for trituarating). ... A short piece of ordnance, used for throwing bombs, carcasses, shells, etc, at high angles of elevation, as 45 deg, and even higher; so named from its resemblance in s
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mortar

howitzer noun a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range
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mortar

noun used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall
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mortar

(morĀ“tәr) a vessel with a rounded internal surface, used with a pestle, for reducing a solid to a powder or producing a homogeneous mixture of solids.
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Mortar

• (v. t.) To plaster or make fast with mortar. • (n.) A short piece of ordnance, used for throwing bombs, carcasses, shells, etc., at high angles of elevation, as 45
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mortar

in military science, short-range artillery piece with a short barrel and low muzzle velocity, firing an explosive projectile in a high-arched ... [3 related articles]
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mortar

in technology, material used in building construction to bond brick, stone, tile, or concrete blocks into a structure. Mortar consists of inert ... [6 related articles]
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Mortar

[weapon] A mortar is an indirect fire weapon that fires explosive projectiles known as (mortar) bombs at low velocities, short ranges, and high-arcing ballistic trajectories. It is typically muzzle-loading and has a barrel length less than 15 times its calibre. == Function == A mortar is relatively simple and easy to operate. A modern morta
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