CHAR

Character

char

  1. a human female who does housework
  2. any of several small-scaled trout

Char

All species of Salvelinus
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Char

Char is the solid material that remains after light gases (e.g. coal gas) and tar have been driven out or released from a carbonaceous material during the initial stage of combustion, which is known as carbonization, charring, devolatilization or pyrolysis. Further stages of efficient combustion (with or without char deposits) are known as gasific...
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char

(from the article `coal utilization`) ...occurs primarily in two stages: (1) evolution of volatile matter during the initial stages of heating, with accompanying physical and chemical ... For thermodynamic and kinetic considerations, char is taken to be graphite, or pure carbon. In reality, however, coal char is a mixture of pure ... ...
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char

(Salvelinus), any of several freshwater food and game fishes distinguished from the similar trout by light, rather than black, spots and by a ... [1 related articles]
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char

[n] - a charred substance 2. [n] - any of several small-scaled trout 3. [v] - burn to charcoal 4. [v] - burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color
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Char

• (n.) Alt. of Charr • (n.) To burn slightly or partially; as, to char wood. • (n.) Work done by the day; a single job, or task; a chore. • (n.) A car; a chariot. • (v. i.) Alt. of Chare • (v. t.) Alt. of Chare • (n.) To reduce to coal or carbon by exposure to heat; to reduce to charcoal; to burn to a cinder.Char:...
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char

charr noun any of several small troutlike fish of the genus Salvelinus
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Char

Char noun [ French] A car; a chariot. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Char

Char transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Charred ; present participle & verbal noun Charring .] [ Prob. the same word as char to perform (see Char , noun ), the modern use coming from c...
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char

A byproduct of low-temperature carbonization of a solid fuel. Related category • FIRES AND FIREPLACES
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Char

A byproduct of low-temperature carbonization of a solid fuel.
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Char

A char takes up 1 byte of memory and stores a character value written in single quotes, like 'a'. Th
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Char

A species of fish that is related to trout, that prefers cold water and is found many places in the world, including both east and west United States. Examples of char are brook trout, lake trout, arctic char and Dolly Varden.
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Char

A species of fish that is related to trout, that prefers cold water and is found many places in the world, including both east and west United States. Examples of char are brook trout, lake trout, arctic char and Dolly Varden.
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Char

A species of fish that is related to trout, that prefers cold water and is found many places in the world, including both east and west United States. Examples of char are brook trout, lake trout, arctic char and Dolly Varden.
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Char

an excellent game fish that is a cousin of the trout family
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Char

Char is British slang for tea; a cup of tea.
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Char

Char or chare was an old English architectural term meaning to hew or to work, hence charred stone refers to hewn stone. The will of Henry VI orders the chapel of his new college in Cambridge to be 'vawted and chare-roffed', that is the whole of the roof to be of wrought stone, not with ribs of wrought stone only, filled up with rough stone plaster...
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char

char: see salmon.
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char

Character
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char

character
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char

character type; typically an 8-bit byte. See also: wchar_t. TC++PL 4.3, C.3.4.
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char

Fish Salvelinus alpinus related to the trout, living in the Arctic coastal waters, and also in Europe and North America in some upland lakes. It is one of Britain's rarest fish, and is at risk from growing acidification. Numerous variants have been described, but they probably all belong to the same species
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