Filler

A product used for filling cracks or voids in a substrate.

filler

A game with very simple rules and an extremely short playing-time. This type of game is frequently used between heavier games. (See also light)
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Fillér

The fillér was the name of various small change coins throughout Hungarian history. It was the {Frac|1|100} subdivision of the Austro-Hungarian and the Hungarian korona, the pengő and the forint. The name derives from the German word Vierer that means `number four` in English. Originally it was the name of the four-Kreuzer coin. Due to signifi.....
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filler

(1) A short news item or advertisements, usually timeless, used to fill small spaces in a newspaper or bulletin. (2) Also called fill-in, a short piece of mujsic to fill a gap between program elements.
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filler

(from the article `plastic`) ...the mechanical properties of a plastic. Finely divided silica, carbon black, talc, mica, and calcium carbonate, as well as short fibres of a ... Almost every conceivable material has been added to rubber in attempts to cheapen and stiffen it. Two particulate fillers are outstanding because ... [2 relat...
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filler

[n] - used for filling cracks or holes in a surface 2. [n] - 100 filler equal 1 forint 3. [n] - copy to fill space between more important articles in the layout of a magazine or newspaper 4. [n] - the tobacco used to form the core of a cigar
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Filler

• (n.) A thill horse. • (n.) One who, or that which, fills; something used for filling. • (n.) A composition, as of powdered silica and oil, used to fill the pores and grain of wood before applying paint, varnish, etc. • (n.) Any standing tree or standard higher than the surrounding coppice in the form of forest known as coppice...
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filler

noun the tobacco used to form the core of a cigar
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Filler

[animal food] In processed animal foods, a filler is an ingredient added to provide dietary fiber, bulk or some other non-nutritive purpose. Products like corn and corncobs, feathers, soy, cottonseed hulls, peanut hulls, citrus pulp, screening, weeds, straw, and cereal by-products are often included as inexpensive fillers or low-grade fiber...
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Filler

[linguistics] In linguistics, a filler is a sound or word that is spoken in conversation by one participant to signal to others that he/she has paused to think but has not yet finished speaking. These are not to be confused with placeholder names, such as thingamajig, whatsamacallit, whosawhatsa and whats`isface, which refer to objects or p...
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Filler

[materials] Fillers are particles added to material (plastics, composite material, concrete) to lower the consumption of more expensive binder material or to better some properties of the mixtured material. Worldwide more than 53 million tons of fillers with a total sum of approximately EUR16 billion are used every year in different applica...
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Filler

[media] In media, filler is material that is combined with material of greater relevance or quality to `fill out` a certain volume. ==Television== In the early days of television, most output was live. The hours of broadcast were limited and so, for test purposes, a test card was commonly broadcast at other times. When a breakdown happened ...
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Filler

[packaging] Fillers (or filling machines) are used for packaging, mainly for food/beverage but for other products as well. These are used to fill either a bottle or a pouch, depending on the product. There are several types of fillers used by the packaging industry. The following are the most common: ...
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Filler

Fill'er noun One who, or that which, fills; something used for filling. « 'T is mere filler , to stop a vacancy in the hexameter.» Dryden. « They have six diggers to four fillers , so as to keep the fillers always at work.» Mortimer.
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filler

A game with very simple rules and an extremely short playing-time. This type of game is frequently used between heavier games. (See also light)
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filler

A game with very simple rules and an extremely short playing-time. This type of game is frequently used between
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filler

a machine that pours liquid into bottles or other containers.
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Filler

A material used in multiconductorcable to occupy large interstices formed by the cable assembly. Also, a material added to an insulation compound to add volume and increase impact resistance
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FILLER

A material, generally white mineral matter such as china clay or calcium carbonate, which is added to the paper furnish to increase opacity, improve flatness and allow a smoother finish to be obtained.
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FILLER

A product used to fill the pores of wood before applying a prime of finish coat.
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FILLER

A product used to fill the pores of wood before applying a prime of finish coat.
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filler

a relatively inert solid material added to a plastic to modify its strength, permanence, working properties, or other qualities, or to lower cost
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Filler

A relatively inert substance added to a plastic compound to reduce its cost and/or to improve physical properties, particularly hardness, stiffness and impact strength.
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Filler

A rod, plate, or angle welded between a two angle web member or between a top or bottom chord panel to tie them together usually located at the middle of the member. See Tie or Plug.
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Filler

A solid inert material added to a synthetic resin or rubber, either to change its physical properties or simply to dilute it for economy.
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