Boiling

A water-forming technique in which leather is immersed for a short time in boiling water, causing the leather to bend and pucker. When dry, the leather is extremely hard, though fragile.
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boiling

[adj] - intensely stirred up especially by anger or resentment 2. [adj] - hot enough to boil 3. [adv] - (informal) extremely 4. [n] - the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas 5. [n] - cooking in a boiling liquid
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boiling

this is the shimmering effect in hand drawn animation where lines are copied over and over in a sequence of drawings. Originally due just to the mechanics of  trying and failing to copy lines exactly by hand, it is sometimes introduced deliberately as a stylistic feature in computer generated animation - random fluctuations in line quality may m...
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Boiling

The process whereby a liquid becomes a gas as the result of the input of heat.
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boiling

Conversion of liquid into gas as bubbles of gas that form within the liquid. Boiling begins at the temperature where the vapor pressure of a liquid would be equal to the external pressure on the liquid.
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Boiling

Boil'ing adjective Heated to the point of bubbling; heaving with bubbles; in tumultuous agitation, as boiling liquid; surging; seething; swelling with heat, ardor, or passion. Boiling point , the temperature at which a fluid is converted into vapor, with the phenomena of ebullition. This is d...
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Boiling

Boil'ing noun 1. The act of ebullition or of tumultuous agitation. 2. Exposure to the action of a hot liquid.
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boiling

Heated to the point of bubbling; heaving with bubbles; in tumultuous agitation, as boiling liquid; surging; seething; swelling with heat, ardor, or passion. Boiling point, the temperature at which a fluid is converted into vapor, with the phenomena of ebullition. This is different for different liquids, and for the same liquid under different press...
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boiling

adverb extremely; `boiling mad`
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Boiling

• (a.) Heated to the point of bubbling; heaving with bubbles; in tumultuous agitation, as boiling liquid; surging; seething; swelling with heat, ardor, or passion. • (n.) Exposure to the action of a hot liquid. • (n.) The act of ebullition or of tumultuous agitation. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Boil
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boiling

(from the article `geyser`) ...shallow bodies of magma. They are generally associated with areas that have seen past volcanic activity. The spouting action is caused by the ... Geysers are hot springs that intermittently spout a column of hot water and steam into the air. This action is caused by the water in deep conduits ... ...is,...
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boiling

(from the article `soap and detergent`) Still widely used by small and medium-sized producers is the classical boiling process. Its object is to produce neat soap in purified condition, ...
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boiling

the cooking of food by immersion in water that has been heated to near its boiling point (212° F [100° C] at sea level; at higher altitudes water ... [2 related articles]
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boiling

in the history of punishment, a method of execution commonly involving a large container of heated liquid such as water, oil, molten lead, wax, ...
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Boiling

Cooking in water or stock at 100'C (212'F).
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Boiling

Boiling is a method of cooking by the use of hot water, the food being cooked in the hot water directly, rather than suspended over it and subjected only to the steam.
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boiling

Process of changing a liquid into its vapour, by heating it at the maximum possible temperature for that liquid (see boiling point) at atmospheric pressure
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Boiling

Boiling is the rapid vaporization of a liquid, which occurs when a liquid is heated to its boiling point, the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid is equal to the pressure exerted on the liquid by the surrounding environmental pressure. == Types == === Nucleate === Nucleate boiling is characterized by the growth of bubbles or pops...
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Boiling

Conversion of liquid into gas as bubbles of gas that form within the liquid. Boiling begins at the t
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