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James Watt
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James Watt: (1736-1819) Scottish engineer and inventor of the steam engine after whom electrical wattage is named
Jet stream
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Jet stream: Mixture of gases which are expelled from a jet engine with great force and which propel the aircraft forward
Joiner
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Joiner: One who, or that which, joins. One whose occupation is to construct articles by joining pieces of wood a mechanic who does the woodwork (as doors, stairs, etc.) n
Joules cycle
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Joules cycle: The cycle for the air engine proposed by Joule. In it air is taken by a pump from a cold chamber and compressed adiabatically until its pressure is eqal to
Joy ride
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Joy ride: "cruise", aimless journey by auto, trip in a car with no specific destination
Joyride
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Joyride: Pleasure trip (in a car or plane) reckless pleasure trip in an automobile
Joyrider
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Joyrider: One who goes on a reckless pleasure trip in an automobile one who goes on a pleasure trip (in a car or plane)
Juggernaut
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Juggernaut: One of the names under which Vishnu, in his incarnation as Krishna, is worshiped by the Hindoos. [Written also Juggernnath, Jaganath, Jaganatha, etc.] Note: T
Jumar
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Jumar: Mechanical device or clip or clamp used by mountaineers that grips rope when weight is applied from below
Jump Start
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