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  • bulk|head — «BUHLK HEHD», noun, verb. –n. 1. a) one of the upright partitions dividing a ship into compartments. b) a similar partition in the fuselage of an aircraft, to support and stiffen it. 2. a wall or partition built in a tunnel, conduit, or the like …   Useful english dictionary

  • bulk|head|ed — «BUHLK HEHD ihd», adjective. furnished with or divided off by bulkheads …   Useful english dictionary

  • bulk·head — /ˈbʌlkˌhɛd/ noun, pl heads [count] : a wall that separates the different parts of a ship or aircraft …   Useful english dictionary

  • bulk — bulk; bulk·head·ed; bulk·i·ly; bulk·i·ness; bulk·head; …   English syllables

  • head — arrow·head; beach·head; be·head; be·head·al; bir·ken·head; block·head·ism; blunt·head; bog·head; bonnet·head; bra·den·head; bulk·head·ed; bull·head·ed·ly; bull·head·ed·ness; chow·der·head; chuck·le·head·ed; cop·per·head·ism; dou·ble·head·er;… …   English syllables

  • Bulk vending — is the sale of unsorted confections, nuts, gumballs, toys and novelties (in capsules) selected at random and dispensed generally through non electrically operated vending machines. Bulk vending is a separate segment of the vending industry from… …   Wikipedia

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  • Diamond Head (Japanese band) — For the British Heavy Metal band, see Diamond Head (band). For other uses, see Diamond Head (disambiguation). Diamond Head Origin Japan Genres Pop, rock Years active 2000–2005 …   Wikipedia

  • bulkhead — bulk·head …   English syllables

  • bulkheaded — bulk·head·ed …   English syllables

  • bulkhead — bulk|head [ˈbʌlkhed] n [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: bulk part that sticks out from a building (15 19 centuries) (perhaps from Old Norse balkr partition ) + head] a wall which divides the structure of a ship or aircraft into separate parts …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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