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cartridge

noun as in shell

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Page yield will be directly related to the printer type and subsequent ink cartridge you select.

The original models employed a film “back,” which held the film in a cartridge.

The officer also found cartridges containing THC and a little more than an ounce of marijuana.

Use the 12-cup capacity keg to make cold brew just as you would in a mason jar, then charge the lid with a nitrogen cartridge, shake it a bit, and open the tap to dispense your drink.

Although the ban applied only to cartridge and pod devices like Juul, the restrictions came around the time the pandemic began in the United States.

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He writes that he discovered thousands of cartridge casings on the barricades, apparently fired from the police squads.

The newer stove augments the ballot smoke, which is always black unless a chemical cartridge is added to turn it white.

A cartridge for white smoke is waiting if the vote proves decisive.

A revolver does not discharge cartridge casings, as has been endlessly speculated.

I predict that, in one month from the date of this letter, there will not be an Austrian or Prussian cartridge found in France.

Roly felt justified in using another cartridge at once to put her out of suffering.

A bit of dirt had found its way in somewhere, and he had to shake the gun violently before the cartridge would move.

David supplied another cartridge, and at the second shot Roly brought down the game.

While speaking Lieutenant Overton was fastening on his own recovered revolver and cartridge box.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cartridge, such as: bullet, cassette, cylinder, tube, blank, and capsule.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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