Section One - Lubricate E.P FLAC album
Section One ?- Falun EP Primevil ?- prvl009 1998.
lubricate definition: transitive verb -.cat.ed, -.cat.ing 1. to make slippery or smooth 2. to apply a lubricant toOrigin of lubricatefrom Classical Latin lubricatus, past participle of lubricare, to make smooth or slippery from lubr.
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P is the debut album by American alternative rock band P, featuring Bill Carter, Johnny Depp, Gibby Haynes and Sal Jenco. Produced by bassist Andrew Weiss, the album also featured contributions from Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, and pianist and Los Angeles scene fixture Chuck E. Weiss.
The interactions have 2 components. The first is Ball-Melrose lubrication terms via the formulas in (Ball and Melrose). which represents the dissipation W between two nearby particles due to their relative velocities in the presence of a background solvent with viscosity mu. Note that this is dynamic viscosity which has units of mass/distance/time, not kinematic viscosity. See this section of the manual for more instructions on how to use the accelerated styles effectively. Mixing, shift, table, tail correction, restart, rRESPA info: For atom type pairs I,J and I ! J, the two cutoff distances for this pair style can be mixed. The default mix value is geometric. See the pair modify command for details.
Examples of Lubricate in a sentence. Finding a product to lubricate the door was the only way to stop the annoying squeaking. ?. Squealing gears needed a mechanic to lubricate them with oil. ??. Oil was needed to lubricate the bolt before it could be pried loose. With enough grease to lubricate all of the engines, the mechanic moved from section to section adding lubricant to each. Trying to lubricate the latch with a layer of oil proved more difficult than expected.
lubricate synonyms, lubricate pronunciation, lubricate translation, English dictionary definition of lubricate. v. lu.bri.cat.ed, lu.bri.cat.ing, lu.bri.cates v. tr. 1. To apply a lubricant to or make slippery: She lubricated the bike chain. 2. To facilitate or make easier: tried to lubricate the relations between ambassadors. 3. To cause to feel cheerful and sociable by the consumption of alcohol: I waited until he was lubricated to tell him the news.
Synonyms for lubricate at Thesaurus. com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for lubricate. It will be proper to lubricate the knife with kerosene after the first mark is made. Lubricate the two stop-cocks with resin ointment (Fig. 137). The next operation after moulding the bullets is to lubricate them. In medicine, substances which are calculated to soften and lubricate the parts to which they are applied. With silon covering to lubricate the cut, there's nothing to it. To lubricate the mucous surfaces, and defend them from the action of the drugs. The auxiliary oilers would have to be used to lubricate the cylinders.
to make slippery or smooth; apply a lubricant to: to lubricate one's hands with a lotion. to smooth over, as a difficulty or human relationship; ease: to lubricate the friction between enemies. to provide with intoxicating drinks. Close behind Charles came Dr. Mangan's "little girl," who had been confided with a lubricating half-crown, to his care. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross. Detergent, lubricating, and discutient; in itch and other skin diseases, &c. The soap and soda in this solution improve the lubricating quality and also prevent the surfaces from rusting.
- Mastered At – Masterpiece
- Pressed By – MPO
- Mastered By – Tim D.*
NotesSide A plays at 45 rpm, side AA at 33⅓ rpm.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): PRVL 009 A Tim D. Masterpiece MPO
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA): PRVL 009 AA MPO
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