Definitions for "Blanket"
A piece of rubber, felt, or woolen cloth, used in the tympan to make it soft and elastic.
In offset printing, blanket is a rubber-surfaced fabric that is clamped around a cylinder. The image is transferred from the plate to the blanket, and from there, transferred to the paper.
A rubber-surfaced sheet clamped around the cylinder of the press, which transfers the image from plate to paper.
Keywords:  alpaca, belly, fleece, tail, neck
That part of an alpaca's coat that extends from the nape of the neck at the withers along the back to the tail and down the flanks to the belly and haunches.
prime quality fleece usually found from shoulder through midsection to base of tail, extending down past the halfway point on the sides of an animal. Edges of the blanket are characterized by a change in the grade of the fibre. This area of prime fleece may vary greatly in size, depending on the uniformity of the fleece on an animal.
The highest quality fleece which begins at the shoulder, runs the full length of the back and down each side until it meets the more medulated fiber on the belly. Excludes neck, leg, chest, belly, and britch. The term originated from the image of a horse's saddle blanket.
A heavy, loosely woven fabric, usually of wool, and having a nap, used in bed clothing; also, a similar fabric used as a robe; or any fabric used as a cover for a horse.
To cover with a blanket.
Material placed on soil or a streambank to cover eroding soil. See Erosion control blanket.
a particular (usually square- or else rectangular-formed) piece of cloth, generally intended to keep individuals warm,particularly while they sleep
a (usually square- or rectangular-shaped) piece of cloth, generally intended to keep people warm, especially while they sleep
From the French word blankete, derived from blanc meaning white. Blankete was an undyed woollen cloth chiefly used as a warm heavy bed covering. Traditionally constructed with woollen or shoddy yarn in a 2-and 2 twill weave and then brushed, some blankets are woven with a cellular or honeycomb weave and remain unbrushed. The term blanket is also used in textile manufacture terminology to describe a sample length of cloth usually with a variety of different patterns and colourings in one piece. See shoddy and mungo.
a layer of lead surrounding the highly reactive core of a nuclear reactor
A layer of nuclear material, such as uranium-238 or thorium-232, placed around the fuel core of a reactor. During operation of the reactor, material in the blanket absorbs neutrons and decays, with products forming new fissionable material.
Lithium-containing material that surrounds a reactor plasma and moderates and absorbs the fusion neutrons to produce useful heat and to regenerate tritium fuel. (back)
Insulation batts. 40 to 100 feet lengths of insulation filled with fiberglass or mineral (rock) wool of some type. These blankets, known as rolls, are used when lengths of over 8 feet are needed. The blanket is cut to the size needed and secured to the framing by stapling flanges to it. Blankets come in various widths to fit 16" to 24" spans. Thicker blankets have higher R-ratings. Blankets come with a vapor barrier that is directed inside the house. If the blankets come unfaced, after they are in place, polyethelene sheeting is stapled to the studs.
A thicker type of dripstone curtain (bacon) which is not translucent.
Insulation used for protecting fresh concrete during curing.
Keywords:  wintertime
a must during the wintertime
Keywords:  hound, worn, pink, yellow, blue
An identifier in Yellow, Pink or Blue worn by a hound during its course.
A colorful cloth, without visible ornamentation, worn by the hounds during a course. The colors are bright yellow, bright pink and bright blue.
Keywords:  sails, leeward, windward, boat, wind
To take the wind out of the sails of (another vessel) by sailing to windward of her.
ed When a sail is between the wind and another sail, the latter cannot get the wind and is said to be blanketed. One boat can blanket another boat by sailing between it and the wind
To block the wind from the sails of a boat that is to leeward
Keywords:  appaloosa, croup, loin, horse, rest
a spotting pattern of the Appaloosa in which a large area over the horse's croup, loin, and/or back is white possibly with the spots and the rest of the body is a dark color
A streak or layer of blubber in whales.
A thin blanket or inclined layer of material forming a part of an embankment dam.
Keywords:  swaddle, joke, newborn
a joke to swaddle a newborn in
broad in scope or content; "across-the-board pay increases"; "an all-embracing definition"; "blanket sanctions against human-rights violators"; "an invention with broad applications"; "a panoptic study of Soviet nationality"- T.G.Winner; "granted him wide powers"
Blankets in your dream means treachery if soiled. If new and white, success where failure is feared, and a fatal sickness will be avoided through unseen agencies.
SunOne/NSAPI compatible library and web server
Keywords:  linus, club, says, thing, simple
a simple thing to give,' one student says about club's Project Linus
Keywords:  punishment, toss, way
To toss in a blanket by way of punishment.
a traditional type of gift for asking and receiving a favor
a very powerful gift
The coverage of more than one piece of property under on instrument, such as blanket insurance policy, blanket deed of trust, blanket assignment or blanket survey
The coverage of more than one piece of property under one instrument, such as blanket insurance policy or blanket mortgage.
Keywords:  idea, case, good
a good idea--just in case
An aggregate amount is specified for necessary and reasonable medical expenses.
In property and liability, used to designate insurance that extends to more than one location, or one class of property or one employee.
mortgage The mortgage that is secured by a cooperative project, as opposed to the share loans on individual units within the project.
Keywords:  start, good
Keywords:  loan, mortgage
Blanket Mortgage Loan