Blowpipe

• (n.) A blowgun; a blowtube. • (n.) A tube for directing a jet of air into a fire or into the flame of a lamp or candle, so as to concentrate the heat on some object.
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blowpipe

(blo´pīp) a tube through which a current of air or other gas is forced upon a flame to concentrate and intensify the heat.
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Blowpipe

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) ...the Vietnam War, with the Soviet SA-7 Grail playing a major role in neutralizing the South Vietnamese Air Force in the final communist offensive ...
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blowpipe

1. A tube for directing a jet of air into a fire or into the flame of a lamp or candle, so as to concentrate the heat on some object. ... It is called a mouth blowpipe when used with the mouth; but for both chemical and industrial purposes, it is often worked by a bellows or other contrivance. The common mouth blowpipe is a tapering tube with a ver...
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Blowpipe

[missile] The Shorts Blowpipe is a man-portable surface-to-air missile (MANPADS) which was in use with the British Army and Royal Marines from 1975. It was superseded by an interim design, Javelin, and later the greatly improved Starstreak missile. The missile is shipped as a single round in a storage cylinder/firing tube. The aiming unit i...
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Blowpipe

[tool] The term blowpipe refers to one of several tools used to direct streams of gases into any of several working media. == Blowpipes for torches == If a stream or jet of air is directed through a flame, fuel air mixing is enhanced and the jet exiting the flame is intensely hot. Jewelers and glassblowers engaged in lampwork have used the ...
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Blowpipe

Blow'pipe` noun 1. A tube for directing a jet of air into a fire or into the flame of a lamp or candle, so as to concentrate the heat on some object. » It is called a mouth blowpipe when used with the mouth; but for both chemical and industrial purposes, it is often worked by a bell...
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Blowpipe

A blowpipe is a tubular weapon through which a missile is blown.
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Blowpipe

A device for mixing and burning gases to produce a flame for welding, brazing, bronze welding, cutting, heating and similar operations.
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blowpipe

a small tubular instrument for directing a jet of air or other gas into a flame in order to concentrate and increase the flame`s heat. A blowpipe is ...
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Blowpipe

The pipe through which the bag is inflated.
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