Lexicographical Neighbors of Flareback
Literary usage of Flareback
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Marine Engineers' Handbook by Frank Ward Sterling (1920)
"(5) The firemen handling the torch in lighting burners must stand well clear of the register to avoid injury in case a flareback occurs. ..."
2. The Blue Book of Oil Burning and Burners by Claude Cathcart Levin (1920)
"A flareback may burn the firemen, and may cause damage to the boiler and its ... In case of a flareback, close the master valve at once, shutting off all ..."
3. Recollections of Full Years by Helen Herron Taft (1914)
"He afterward learnedly explained that some wholly unprecedented thing had happened in the wind currents, causing a "flareback"—whatever that may be. ..."
4. Text-book of Ordnance and Gunnery by William Harvey Tschappat (1917)
"3, bag laced and supplied with protector caps. by a piece of burning cartridge bag. An explosion of this nature is known as a flareback. ..."
5. Gas Torch and Thermit Welding by Ethan Viall (1921)
"In a Bunsen burner it is possible to mix as much as 32 per cent of air without causing a flareback. It can readily be turned down without causing a ..."
6. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1919)
"In the original paper, it was suggested that this might be explained as simply in the nature of a flareback. That the sandstone at the depth below the ..."
7. The Standard Index of Short Stories, 1900-1914 by Francis James Hannigan (1918)
"Everybody's 18:364 Mr '08 Dan Flynt's boost. Everybody's 7:575 D '02 Edict in modern Arcadia. New Eng ns 24: 200 Ap '01 flareback of old ..."
8. Christianity and the Nations by Robert Elliott Speer (1910)
"... and that the flareback of the unavoidable connection of missions with politics springing from the real, even if chaotic and contradictory unity of our ..."