A device for measuring the empty space underneath a sleeper.
The first battery, consisting of a number of cells (made from zinc and copper) joined in series. Invented by Alessandro Volta in 1880.
Calibrated instruments for measuring differences in electrical potential; usually graduated in volts.
Undertaking or offering to undertake, of one's own free will and without compensation, service to others or to some cause or institution, especially in a community context.
Use for any of various reckoning devices consisting of movable discs surmounted by or carrying other graduated or figured circles for calculating, for example, phases of the moon, the time of the rising or setting sun, or the times of the tides; usually made of paper, cardboard, or vellum and often found preprinted in or attached to manuscripts or books of the 13th to the 16th century.
used by patients in hospitals to vomit into
An image of child or children used as a votive offering
An image of a face or faces used as a votive offering
An image of a object used as a votive offering
An image of a head used as a votive offering
An image of mother used as a votive offering
Objects or monuments donated by an individual for a public place or shrine. The object is usually given in gratitude for deliverance from distress.
Documents serving as evidence or proof, specifically, a receipt or statement attesting to the expenditure or receipt of money, usually accompanied by bills or other evidence of indebtedness or expenditure. ICA.
The process of treating rubber or rubber-like materials with sulphur at high temperatures. This is to either improve strength and elasticity or to harden.