Definition of Intercepters

1. intercepter [n] - See also: intercepter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercepters

intercellular canaliculus
intercellular cement
intercellular digestion
intercellular junctions
intercellular lymph
intercellular substance
intercellularly
intercensal
intercentra
intercentral
intercentrum
intercept
interceptable
intercepted
intercepter
intercepters (current term)
intercepting
interception
interception tries
interception try
interceptions
interceptive
interceptive occlusal contact
interceptive orthodontic treatment
interceptor
interceptors
intercepts
intercerebral
intercession
intercessional

Literary usage of Intercepters

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1. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1839)
"The action of the mechanism is as follows : —Supposing the locker i, to have lifted all the intercepters, or angle lever guides d, the pin wheel will be ..."

2. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1839)
"The action of the mechanism is as follows: —Supposing the locker i, to have lifted all the intercepters, or angle lever guides d, the pin wheel will be ..."

3. American Sewerage Practice by Leonard Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1915)
"Where sewers connect with intercepters leading to pumping stations and treatment works, there may be little gained by stirring up and flushing along such ..."

4. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, and Repertory of Patent Inventions by William Newton (1839)
"The action of the mechanism is as follows:—Supposing the locker i, to have lifted all the intercepters, or angle lever guides d, the pin wheel will be ..."

5. Sewerage and Sewage Disposal: A Textbook by Leonard Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1922)
"intercepters are fed by trunk sewers serving rather large districts. ... Unless considerable surplus capacity is provided, the intercepters will often be ..."

6. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1910)
"These intercepters are so designed that during dry weather or ordinary rains, ... These intercepters are ordinary sewers running at right angles to the ..."

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