ream

to enlarge the wellbore y drilling it again with a special bit. Often a rathole is reamed or opened to the same size as the main wellbore. See rathole.

Ream

• (v. i.) To cream; to mantle. • (v. t.) To stretch out; to draw out into thongs, threads, or filaments. • (v. t.) To bevel out, as the mouth of a hole in wood or metal; in modern usage, to enlarge or dress out, as a hole, with a reamer. • (n.) A bundle, package, or quantity of paper, usually consisting of twenty quires or 480 s...
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Ream

500 sheets of paper.
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Ream

500 sheets of paper.
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Ream

500 sheets of paper.
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Ream

500 sheets of paper. A large quantity of written material
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ream

noun a quantity of paper; 480 or 500 sheets; one ream equals 20 quires
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Ream

[email client] Ream is a textual, screen-based email client developed by Paul Dourish at the Center for Speech Technology Research at the University of Edinburgh. Initially developed in 1986, it was one of the standard email clients for the university and was in use throughout the campus for around ten years. Freely available on the interne...
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Ream

Ream (rēm) noun [ Anglo-Saxon reám , akin to German rahm .] Cream; also, the cream or froth on ale. [ Scot.]
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Ream

Ream intransitive verb To cream; to mantle. [ Scot.] « A huge pewter measuring pot which, in the language of the hostess, reamed with excellent claret.» Sir W. Scott.
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Ream

Ream noun [ Middle English reme , Old French rayme , French rame (cf. Spanish resma ), from Arabic rizma a bundle, especially of paper.] A bundle, package, or quantity of paper, usually consisting of twenty quires or 480 sheets. Printer's ream , twenty-o...
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Ream

Ream transitive verb [ Confer Reim .] To stretch out; to draw out into thongs, threads, or filaments.
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Ream

Five hundred sheets of paper.
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Ream

Ream is slang for genuine.
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Ream

The ream is a unit of writing paper measurement equal to 20 quires or 480 sheets of writing paper, 516 sheets of printing paper.
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ream

To bevel out, as the mouth of a hole in wood or metal; in modern usage, to enlarge or dress out, as a hole, with a reamer. ... Origin: Cf. G. Raumen to remove, to clear away, fr. Raum room. See Room. ... To cream; to mantle. 'A huge pewter measuring pot which, in the language of the hostess, reamed with excellent claret.' (Sir W. Scott) ... Source:...
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Ream

To finish a drilled or punched hole very accurately with a rotating lfuted tool of the required diameter.
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ream

To widen an opening; to open the medullary canal
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ream

[n] - a large quantity of written matter 2. [n] - a quantity of paper 3. [v] - squeeze the juice out (of a fruit) with a reamer 4. [v] - remove by making a hole with a reamer 5. [v] - enlarge with a reamer
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