Pellet

Seed coated with inert material, often incorporating pesticides, to ensure uniform size and shape for precision drilling.

pellet

  1. a small sphere
  2. a solid missile discharged from a firearm

Pellet

Ball of undigested fibre made of fur or feather ( see: casting)
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Pellet

Pellet are small particles typically created by compressing an original material. Specific items often termed `pellet` include: ...
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Pellet

• (n.) A bullet; a ball for firearms. • (n.) A little ball; as, a pellet of wax / paper. • (v./.) To form into small balls.
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pellet

(from the article `automotive ceramics`) ...areas are required. These are accomplished by ingenious microstructural engineering of the ceramic support structure. Two types of structure are ...
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pellet

(from the article `nuclear ceramics`) Ceramic fuel pellets also can be fabricated in an advanced process called sol-gel microsphere pelletization. The sol-gel route (described in the ... In an inertial confinement fusion (ICF) reactor, a tiny solid pellet of fuel—such as deuterium-tritium (D-T)—would be compressed to tremendou...
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pellet

(from the article `sedimentary rock`) ...after it was deposited (intraclasts). Silt- to sand-size particles of microcrystalline calcite or aragonite that lack the internal structure of ...
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Pellet

(i) In iron ore, fines are blended with clay and rolled into pellets of 6 â€` 10mm diameter and sintered to make a suitable charge to the blast furnace or for direct reduction. (ii) In some metals, notably nickel, the metal in powder form is compacted into pillow-shaped pieces about 3cm square also known as pellets. Nickel produced by the Inco p...
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Pellet

(i) In iron ore, fines are blended with clay and rolled into pellets of 6
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pellet

(pel´әt) a small pill or granule.
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pellet

1. A pilule, or very small pill. ... 2. A small rod-shaped or ovoid dosage form that is sterile and is composed essentially of pure steroid hormones in compressed form, intended for subcutaneous implantation in body tissues; serves as a depot providing for the slow release of the hormone over an extended period of time. ... Origin: Fr. Pelote; L. P...
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pellet

noun a small sphere
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Pellet

[ornithology] A pellet, in ornithology, is the mass of undigested parts of a bird`s food that some bird species occasionally regurgitate. The contents of a bird`s pellet depend on its diet, but can include the exoskeletons of insects, indigestible plant matter, bones, fur, feathers, bills, claws, and teeth. In falconry, the pellet is called...
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Pellet

Pel'let noun [ French pelote , Late Latin pelota , pilota , from Latin pila a ball. Confer Platoon .] 1. A little ball; as, a pellet of wax ... paper. 2. A bullet; a ball for firearms. [ Obsolete] Bacon. « As swift as a pe...
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Pellet

Pel'let v..... To form into small balls. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Pellet

A marble-sized ball of iron ore fused with clay for transportation and use in steelmaking.
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Pellet

A marble-sized ball of iron ore fused with clay for transportation and use in steelmaking.
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Pellet

A marble-sized ball of iron ore fused with clay for transportation and use in steelmaking.
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Pellet

A small, round, marble-sized ball of iron ore manufactured as feed for blast furnaces.
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Pellet

Circular boss.
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Pellet

Circular boss.
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Pellet

indigestible food regurgitated by a bird; In the case of eagles, a pellet consists only of fur or feathers. Other raptors, such as owls, also regurgitate bones in their pellet along with the fur of animals they consume. See Photo of an eagle pellet
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pellet

The material concentrated at the bottom of a centrifuge tube after centrifugation.
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pellet

Type: Term Pronunciation: pel′et Definitions: 1. A pilule, or very small pill. 2. A small rod-shaped or ovoid dosage form that is sterile and is composed essentially of pure steroid hormones in compressed form, intended for subcutaneous implantation in body tissues; serves as a depot providing for the slow release of the hormone over an exten...
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