[ US /ˈduɝ/ ]
- vacuum flask that holds liquid air or helium for scientific experiments
- Scottish chemist and physicist noted for his work in cryogenics and his invention of the Dewar flask (1842-1923)
How To Use Dewar In A Sentence
- And gave us a sidewards glance, and got really red. grouse Diary Entry
- Modern Contextual Dewarping: Such conventions persist, but with the increased scope of post-Enlightenment experiential milieus, such mock-recognition is less likely to be afforded in the face of credibility warp; the unknown world and the unknown past are expected to conform to the same principles. Archive 2009-12-01
- Dewar, who came to embody the thrifty character of the nation, had a vision which is encapsulated in those first six sonorous words.
- So the movement associated with Cancer is a strange one; there is a sense of hesitancy, a sidewards approach to things, and an element of moving forwards whilst not looking squarely at what lies ahead.
- Meanwhile, the collection grew to include photomultiplier tubes, cryogenic dewars, X-ray machines and a Fermacell fermentor, used in growing cell cultures. Weapons Lab Machinist Morphed Into Antinuclear Gadfly and Junk Dealer
- Arguably, the other quirks are seldom wholly dewarped either, because we seldom want them to be; the incredibility is part of the fun, the drama. Archive 2010-01-01
- Donald Dewar, however, will be taking some of the burden off her shoulders this weekend.
- But she hasn't yet figured out that if she's holding on to something, she can move her feet and actually move sidewards. Archive 2007-09-01
- Donald Dewar personally censured ministers for failing to observe collective responsibility and leaking to the press.
- The deltoid and supraspinatus are involved in shoulder joint abduction, in which the arm is moved outward and upward in a sideward plane.