Batt

- A section of fiber-glass or rock-wool insulation measuring 15 or 23 inches wide by four to eight feet long and various thickness'. Sometimes 'faced' (meaning to have a paper covering on one side) or 'unfaced' (without paper).
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Batt

[Gentlemen cricketer] Batt (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer probably associated with Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) who made his first-class debut in 1827, playing for the Gentlemen against the Players. ==Bibliography== ...
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BATT

[professional wrestling] BATT was a professional wrestling stable that competed in both New Japan Pro Wrestling and All Japan Pro Wrestling from 2001 to 2002. The name: BATT is short for `Bad Ass Translate Trading`, meaning a group of wrestlers that crossed borders. The groups is best known for the fact that its members were from different ...
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Batt

A section of fiber-glass or rock-wool insulation measuring 15 or 23 inches wide by four to eight fee
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Batt

A slab of insulating material..
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Batt

A slab of insulation.
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Batt

Batt is drugs slang for an intravenous needle.
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batt

Battery
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BATT

Battery
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batt

Insulation in the form of a sheet, rather than loose filling. Batts are pieces of blanket insulation pre-cut into 4 ft. or 8 ft. lengths. The choice between batts or blankets balances convenience against costs. Blankets are clumsy to install, but if many batts must be trimmed to fit, greater waste r...
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Batt

single or multiple sheets of fibre used in the production of nonwoven fabric.
Found on http://www.textilesintelligence.com/glo/index.cfm?SECTION=B
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