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... Charlie is the third album by Melt-Banana ... Mike Patton says "MELT.. ... BANANA!" at the beginning of the song and Melt-Banana have sampled this through many of their other songs including "7.2 Seconds Flipping", "Brick Again" and the version of "Bad ...
... Melt van Schoor, Namibian cricketer Melt Sieberhagen, South African actor. ...
... Melt is the working material in the steelmaking process, in making glass, and when forming thermoplastics ... In thermoplastics, melt is the plastic in its forming temperature, which can vary depending on how it is being used ...
... Scratch or Stitch is an album by Melt-Banana ... with a poster lyric sheet and a special Melt-Banana temporary tattoo ... Bungle helped establish Melt-Banana as one of the leading new Japanese punk rock bands ...
... Cell-Scape is the fifth album by Melt-Banana ... some of the longest songs written by Melt-Banana, including "Shield for Your Eyes" at 4 minutes long ... The last track on the album is uncharacteristic of Melt Banana's typical musical style it is a 10 minute long electronic ambient song ...
More definitions of "melt":
- (verb): Lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually.
- (verb): Become less intense and fade away gradually.
- (noun): The process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid.
Example: "The power failure caused a refrigerator melt that was a disaster"
Synonyms: thaw, thawing, melting
- (verb): Become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly.
Famous quotes containing the word melt:
“If we reason, we would be understood; if we imagine, we would that the airy children of our brain were born anew within anothers; if we feel, we would that anothers nerves should vibrate to our own, that the beams of their eyes should kindle at once and mix and melt into our own, that lips of motionless ice should not reply to lips quivering and burning with the hearts best blood. This is Love.”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley (17921822)
“O that I were a mockery king of snow,
Standing before the sun of Bolingbroke,
To melt myself away in water drops!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“I marched in with the men afoot; a gallant show they made as they marched up High Street to the depot. Lucy and Mother Webb remained several hours until we left. I saw them watching me as I stood on the platform at the rear of the last car as long as they could see me. Their eyes swam. I kept my emotion under control enough not to melt into tears.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)