Cinder

[programming library] Cinder is a programming library, designed to give the C++ language advanced visualization abilities. It was released as a public tool in spring 2010 and can be viewed in many ways as an open-source, C++-based alternative to tools like the Java-based Processing library, Microsoft Silverlight or Adobe Flash. It is also c...
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cinder

[n] - a fragment of incombustible matter left after a wood or coal or charcoal fire
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Cinder

Cin'der (sĭn'dẽr) noun [ Anglo-Saxon sinder slag, dross; akin to Icelandic sindr dross, Swedish sinder , German sinter , Dutch sintel ; perhaps influenced by French cendre ashes, from Latin cinis . Confer Sinter .] 1. Par...
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cinder

clinker noun a fragment of incombustible matter left after a wood or coal or charcoal fire
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Cinder

• (n.) Partly burned or vitrified coal, or other combustible, in which fire is extinct. • (n.) The slag of a furnace, or scoriaceous lava from a volcano. • (n.) A scale thrown off in forging metal. • (n.) A hot coal without flame; an ember.
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cinder

(from the article `volcano`) ...products are classified by size. Volcanic dust is the finest, usually about the consistency of flour. Volcanic ash is also fine but more gritty, ...
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Cinder

A cinder is a pyroclastic material. Cinders are extrusive igneous rocks. Cinders are similar to pumice, which has so many cavities and is such low-density that it can float on water. Cinder is typically brown, black, or red depending on its chemical content. A more modern name for cinder is Scoria. ==Characteristics== The following geologic charac...
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Cinder

A fragment of volcanic ejecta from 0.5 to 2.5 cm in diameter.
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