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Dead weight
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Dead weight: Heavy burden weight of a railroad car without cargo
Deadweight
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Deadweight: Heavy burden weight of a railroad car without cargo
Deglazing
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Deglazing: The process of giving a dull or ground surface to glass by acid or by mechanical means. Knight.
Dehumanise
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Dehumanise: Deprive of human character or spirit make mechanical, make routine, mechanize (also dehumanize)
Densification
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Densification: Mechanical process of compressing biomass into small hard balls increase in the density of something, compaction
Deposit
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Deposit: That is deposited, or laid or thrown down as, a deposit in a flue especially, matter precipitated from a solution (as the siliceous deposits of hot springs), or
Deposits
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Deposits: Oil-insoluble substances that are caused by oxidation and decomposition of lube oil and contamination from outside sources (these deposits may settle on parts
Dewatering
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Dewatering: Removal of water from a solid material removal of water from soil or from a body of water (by natural or mechanical means)
Diction
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Diction: Choice of words for the expression of ideas the construction, disposition, and application of words in discourse, with regard to clearness, accuracy, variety, et
Diesel
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Diesel: Compression-ignition engine which runs on diesel fuel vehicle which has a diesel engine
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