Some articles on bulge, bulges:
... Essentially, the bulge is a lateral compartment at the waterline level that is isolated from the ship's internal volume ... and flood the outer air-filled component of the bulge and the inner water-filled part will dissipate the shock and absorb explosive fragments, leaving the ship's main hull structurally intact ... Transverse bulkheads within the bulge limit flooding throughout the entirety of the structure ...
... Beta bulge, a localized disruption of the regular hydrogen bonding of a beta sheet Bulge bracket, the world's largest and most profitable multi-national investment banks Earth bulge, a term ...
... Male Agamura persica have an obvious hemipenal bulge visual from a side profile ... Females lack a bulge and pre-anal pores entirely ... Juveniles also lack this bulge, however by about the 8th to 12th week (roughly 7–8 cm SVL) male juveniles will begin to show slight bulging although it may happen as late ...
... Bulges and depressions in the sidewall are such defects ... A bulge is a weak spot in the sidewall that expands when the tire is inflated ... Bulges may also indicate defective construction conditions such as missing cords, which pose a safety hazard ...
... The Bulge is a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire ... The Bulge is flanked to the northeast by The Horn, and to the southwest by Mount Cabot ... The Bulge stands within the watershed of the Connecticut River, which drains into Long Island Sound in Connecticut ...
More definitions of "bulge":
- (verb): Cause to bulge or swell outwards.
- (noun): Something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form.
Synonyms: bump, hump, gibbosity, gibbousness, jut, prominence, protuberance, protrusion, extrusion, excrescence
- (verb): Bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge.
Famous quotes containing the word bulge:
“The young men float on their backs, their white bellies bulge to
the sun, they do not ask who seizes fast to them,
They do not know who puffs and declines with pendant and bending arch,
They do not think whom they souse with spray.”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)