bloom

  1. the organic process of bearing flowers
  2. reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
  3. the best time of youth
  4. a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health
  5. the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
  6. a powdery deposit on a surface

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Bloom

• (n.) The clouded appearance which varnish sometimes takes upon the surface of a picture. • (n.) A state or time of beauty, freshness, and vigor; an opening to higher perfection, analogous to that of buds into blossoms; as, the bloom of youth. • (n.) A large bar of steel formed directly from an ingot by hammering or rolling, being a...
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bloom

(from the article `iron processing`) ...of the ore then occurred, but, since primitive furnaces were incapable of reaching temperatures higher than 1,150° C (2,100° F), the normal ... ...and using foot bellows to intensify the heat, and even in these furnaces the heat was not sufficient to reduce the ore completely to molten met...
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Bloom

(phytoplankton) A population burst of phytoplankton that remains within a defined part of the water column
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bloom

blossom noun reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
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bloom

blush noun a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health
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Bloom

[company] Bloom is a Young Enterprise company founded in 2013 that takes part in the mobile application and industry and also produces phone holders. It is the second largest Young Enterprise company in the world according to Facebook statistics. The company was founded by nine people with the lead of Blanka Csizmadia, the corporation`s CEO...
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Bloom

[shader effect] Bloom (sometimes referred to as light bloom or glow) is a computer graphics effect used in video games, demos and high dynamic range rendering (HDR) to reproduce an imaging artifact of real-world cameras. The effect produces fringes (or feathers) of light extending from the borders of bright areas in an image, contributing t...
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Bloom

[software] Bloom is a generative music application for iOS created by Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers. The software plays a low drone, and touching the screen produces different tones, which play in a loop. If the screen is left untouched, the software will create its own music. Eno and Chilvers have since released a related app named trope an...
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Bloom

[test] Bloom is a test to measure the strength of a gel or gelatin. The test was originally developed and patented in 1925 by O. T. Bloom. The test determines the weight (in grams) needed by a probe (normally with a diameter of 0.5 inch) to deflect the surface of the gel 4 mm without breaking it. The result is expressed in Bloom (grades). I...
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Bloom

[wax] == Non-free media use rationales == ...
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Bloom

Bloom intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bloomed ; present participle & verbal noun Blooming .] 1. To produce or yield blossoms; to blossom; to flower or be in flower. « A flower which once In Paradise, fast by ...
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Bloom

Bloom noun [ Middle English blome , from Icelandic bl...m , bl...mi ; akin to Swedish blom , Goth. bl...ma , Old Saxon bl...mo , Dutch bloem , Old High German bluomo , bluoma , German blume ; from the same root as Anglo-Saxon
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Bloom

Bloom transitive verb 1. To cause to blossom; to make flourish. [ R.] « Charitable affection bloomed them. Hooker. » 2. To bestow a bloom upon; to make blooming or radiant. [ R.] Milton. « While barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day. ...
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Bloom

A bloom is a lump of puddled iron, which leaves the furnace in a rough state, to be subsequently rolled into bars or whatever.
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bloom

A blossom, the flower of a plant, an expanded bud, the opening of flowers in general, leaves, flowers, or fruits. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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bloom

A dull, progressively opaque, white effect caused on varnished surfaces by damp conditions.
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Bloom

A dusty coating on grapes and most other fruit, composed of dust, wild yeast, bacteria, and fungal spores. Often, but not always, a waxy substance on grape, plum, cherry, and apple skins containing the same substances.
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bloom

a fine white or bluish waxy powder occurring on plant parts, usually stems, leaves and fruits. It is easily removed by rubbing.
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Bloom

A fine white powder that forms on the wrapper of the cigar caused by the oils that exude from the tobacco. It can be gently brushed off with a small camel hair brush, though there is no need to do this. Bloom indicates the cigar is alive, maturing as it should inside a well maintained humidor. Bloom should not be confused with mold. Mold is a bluis...
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Bloom

A flower, especially one cultivated for its beauty.
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Bloom

A natural mealy or waxy coating covering the leaves of some house plants.
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Bloom

A phenomenon that occurs with varnish on paintings, and occasionally on polished furniture. Causes c
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Bloom

A plant’s flower
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Bloom

A powdery substance that appears on beeswax candles. Bloom is the result of the oils migrate to the surface of the wax over time. It can be removed by rubbing with a soft cloth.
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