Definition of Feedhole

1. one of a series of holes in paper tape [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feedhole

feeder layer
feeder line
feeder reservoir
feederism
feeders
feedest
feedeth
feedflare
feedforward
feedforward control
feedforwarded
feedforwarding
feedforwards
feedgrain
feedgrains
feedhole (current term)
feedholes
feedhorn
feedhorns
feeding
feeding and eating disorders of childhood
feeding behaviour
feeding bottle
feeding bottles
feeding centre
feeding chair
feeding frenzies
feeding frenzy
feeding methods
feeding out of

Literary usage of Feedhole

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1. The Metallurgy of Lead and the Desilverization of Base Bullion by Heinrich Oscar Hofman (1904)
"f—There are two general arrangements for feeding by hand and carrying off fumes. The first is to have a feedhole on either side of the furnace m' (Fig. ..."

2. The Stamp Milling of Gold Ores by Thomas Arthur Rickard (1909)
"The feedhole comes immediately behind the three middle stamps and gradually widens the upper part of the mortar. The latter is lined with steel plate 1 inch ..."

3. The Stamp Milling of Gold Ores by Thomas Arthur Rickard (1897)
"The feedhole comes immediately behind the three middle stamps and gradually widens the upper part of the mortar. The latter is lined with steel plate 1 inch ..."

4. The Roorkee Treatise on Civil Engineering in India edited by Arthur Moffatt Lang (1878)
"Between these and the dampers every feedhole should be carefully closed. The three rows firing only being uncovered when ..."

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