degas

[ US /ˈdeɪɡə, ˈdeɪɡəs/ ]
[ UK /dɪɡˈæz/ ]
VERB
  1. remove gas from
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How To Use degas In A Sentence

  • Degas was an artist torn between traditional art and the modern impressionist movement.
  • Our understanding of how volcanoes degas has taken major steps forward in the past 20 years.
  • That is, there seems to be a difference in isotope ratios between capturing, say, (most of) Theia's gases directly at its impact or having (most of) them degas through (and from) minerals later by the heat of impact. Earth's Atmosphere Came from Outer Space | Universe Today
  • Potassic minerals were degassed with an argon laser probe using step heating or direct ablation of grains on thin rock sections.
  • One of our best subs, taken to task this morning for what I described as the unforgivable crime of putting an acute accent on the artist Edgar Degas 'surname in last week's paper, held his hand up to the offence but pointed out that he had been working on seven different pages under severe time pressure," Marsh writes. Regret the Error
  • His portraits are of heroes, both known and unknown, and his technique relies on a range of influences, including the swirling brushstrokes of Van Gogh, the skillful drawings of Degas and the pop stylings of Peter Max.
  • Wouldn't you rather have her issue arrive in your mailbox as opposed to loafing around bodegas and drugstores for hours until you build up the courage to buy it?
  • All solutions were degassed by evacuation to reduce the noise.
  • The set of bronzes by Degas in their spare solidity are arranged in front of two of his mistiest canvases and look all the bolder for that.
  • No wonder, that: even the lowliest beat cop stood to preserve many times that each month by preserving the system of traffic bribes, shakedowns of neighborhood bodegas that wished to remain open in contravention of the city's labynthine Sabbath laws, in free meals and "flutes" -- Coke bottles topped off with liquor -- from their precincts 'restaurants and bars. May 2008
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