An undertaking by a group of two or more people to be responsible, either individually or jointly,.

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The legal liability of two or more people for claims against or debts incurred by them jointly. If.

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Income usually relevant to two people (for example man and wife) which continues until the death of.

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An assurance policy usually taken out on two lives, typically husband and wife. Under this type of.

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Equal ownership of property by two or more people. In the event of the death of one of the owners,.

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A rate applicable from a point on one transportation line to a point on another line, made by agreement and published in a single tariff by all transportation lines over which the rate applies.

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A tax return completed and signed by two people, usually a husband and wife. They have equal.

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Two or more people owning property. In the event of the death of one of the tenants, the property.

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A structural, load-carrying building member with an open web system that supports floors and roofs utilizing wood or specific steels and is designed as a simple span member.

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In lore, the flag flown by a pirate ship - a white skull on a black background with crossed bones below the skull - although there is no evidence that such a flag was ever flown.

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A pirate's flag carrying the skull and cross-bones.

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A sunshine recorder of the type in which the time scale is supplied by the motion of the sun. It consists of two opaque metal semi-cylinders mounted with their curved surfaces facing each other. Each of the semi-cylinders has a short narrow slit in its fl ...

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A metric unit of energy or work; the energy produced by a force of one Newton operating through a distance of one meter; 1 Joule per second equals 1 Watt or 0.737 foot-pounds; 1 Btu equals 1,055 Joules.

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A unit of energy equal to 101 ergs or to 0.2389 calories.

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A measurement. The international unit of energy. One joule is equal to one WATT - second or 0.737 foot pounds.

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The conversion of mechanical, electrical or magnetic energy into heat.

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When a perfect gas flows through a throttling with constant inlet and outlet pressures, the temperature of the gas is the same before and after it flows through the throttling. There is a temperature drop, however, during the passage of gas through the th ...

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The rate of heat production by a steady current in any part of an electrical circuit that is proportional to the resistance and to the square of the current, or, the internal energy of an ideal gas depends only on its temperature.

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The compression of an air actuator (air spring) below its design height.

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That part of a shaft or axle that rotates or angularly oscillates in or against a bearing or about which a bearing rotates or angularly oscillates.

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