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  • 181 scintillare — scin·til·là·re v.intr. (avere) CO 1. sprigionare scintille: percossa, la selce scintilla 2. mandare bagliori di luce simili a scintille; risplendere tremolando: nel cielo scintillano le stelle Sinonimi: balenare, 1brillare. 3a. spiccare per la… …

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  • 182 spinterogeno — spin·te·rò·ge·no s.m. TS elettr., autom. nei motori a scoppio con combustione interna ad accensione comandata, dispositivo atto a provocare la scintilla fra gli elettrodi delle candele necessaria per l accensione della miscela | CO impropr., il… …

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  • 183 spinterometro — spin·te·rò·me·tro s.m. TS elettr. dispositivo costituito da una coppia di elettrodi sferici affacciati tra i quali può essere fatta scoccare la scintilla a una distanza determinata che permetta di valutare la differenza di potenziale applicata… …

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  • 184 scinti — Element prim de compunere savantă cu semnificaţia scânteie , de scânteie , scintilaţie . [var. scintilo . / < fr. scinti , scintilo , cf. lat. scintilla]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 01.12.2006. Sursa: DN  SCINTI /SCINTILO elem. scânteie ,… …

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  • 185 atom — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. particle, iota, speck. See littleness, power. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Tiny particle] Syn. fragment, mite, speck, particle, iota, mote, jot, grain, scintilla; see also bit 1 . 2. [Particle in atomic… …

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  • 186 favilla — s.f. [lat. favilla ]. 1. [frammento minutissimo di materia incandescente: le f. di un tizzone ] ▶◀ (region.) luglia, (region.) monachetto, (region.) monachina, scintilla, (region.) spluia, (region.) spluvia. ● Espressioni: fig., fare faville… …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 187 stencil — sten|cil1 [ˈstensəl] n 1.) a piece of plastic, metal, or paper in which designs or letters have been cut out, that you put over a surface and paint over, so that the design is left on the surface 2.) a design made on something using a stencil… …

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  • 188 stencil — [14] Stencil was originally a verb, meaning ‘decorate with bright colours’. It came from Old French estenceler ‘cause to sparkle’, a derivative of estencele ‘spark’. This was descended from Vulgar Latin *stincilla, an alteration of Latin… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 189 sprazzo — s. m. 1. spruzzo, sprizzo, getto, spargimento, zampillo 2. (di luce, di sole, ecc.) baleno, lampo, raggio, fascio, scintilla 3. (fig.) lampo, scintilla, colpo, illuminazione FRASEOLOGIA a sprazzi, in modo sporadico …

    Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 190 flicker — v 1. twinkle, sparkle, glimmer, blink, shimmer; glint, glitter, glisten, Archaic. glister, burn unsteadily; spark, scintillate, flame, flare or flare up; flash, fulgurate, gleam, streak, glare, coruscate; glow, shine, luminesce, incandesce,… …

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  • 191 gleam — n 1. flash, glare, beam, ray, shaft; streak, lightning, patch, coruscation, fulguration; shimmer, flicker, twinkle, glitter, glimmer; sparkle, shine, glint, glistening; flutter, flare, spark, scintilla. 2. subdued light, glow, incandescence;… …

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  • 192 glint — n 1. glimmer, glimmering, glinting, glistening, glistering; twinkle, twinkling, shining, sparkle, sparkling; spark, scintillation, scintilla; flicker, flickering, flutter, fluttering, quivering, shivering, ripple, rippling; shimmer, shimmering,… …

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  • 193 substantial evidence rule — Such evidence that a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion. It is that quality of evidence necessary for a court to affirm a decision of an administrative board. Under the substantial evidence rule, reviewing courts… …

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  • 194 substantial evidence — Evidence beyond a scintilla; evidence affording a substantial basis of fact from which the fact in issue can reasonably be inferred. 31 Am J Rev ed Lab § 338. Such relevant evidence as a reasonable man would accept as adequate to support the… …

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  • 195 stencil — [14] Stencil was originally a verb, meaning ‘decorate with bright colours’. It came from Old French estenceler ‘cause to sparkle’, a derivative of estencele ‘spark’. This was descended from Vulgar Latin *stincilla, an alteration of Latin… …

    Word origins

  • 196 scintil — ˈsintəl noun ( s) Etymology: Latin scintilla archaic : scintilla …

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  • 197 scintillometer — ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈäməd.ə(r) noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary scintillo (from Latin scintilla spark, scintilla) + meter 1. : an attachment to a telescope by which the image of a star is made to revolve in a circle to measure the… …

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  • 198 scin|til|la — «sihn TIHL uh», noun. a spark; particle; trace; »not a scintilla of truth. SYNONYM(S): jot, mite. ╂[< Latin scintilla spark. See etym. of doublets stencil (Cf. ↑stencil), ti …

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  • 199 Scintillate — Scin til*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Scintillated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Scintillating}.] [L. scintillare, scintillatum, from scintilla a spark. Cf. {Stencil}.] 1. To emit sparks, or fine igneous particles. [1913 Webster] As the electrical globe only… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 200 Scintillated — Scintillate Scin til*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Scintillated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Scintillating}.] [L. scintillare, scintillatum, from scintilla a spark. Cf. {Stencil}.] 1. To emit sparks, or fine igneous particles. [1913 Webster] As the electrical …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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