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fuses, plural;
  1. Fit a fuse to (a bomb, shell, or mine)
    • - the bomb was fused to go off during a charity performance
  1. A length of material along which a small flame moves to explode a bomb or firework, meanwhile allowing time for those who light it to move to a safe distance

  2. A device in a bomb, shell, or mine that makes it explode on impact, after an interval, at set distance from the target, or when subjected to magnetic or vibratory stimulation

  1. an electrical device that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded
  2. blend: mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
  3. any igniter that is used to initiate the burning of a propellant
  4. become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat; "The substances fused at a very high temperature"
  5. equip with a fuse; provide with a fuse
  6. make liquid or plastic by heating; "The storm fused the electric mains"
  7. Automotive fuses are a class of fuses used to protect the wiring and electrical equipment for vehicles. They are generally rated for circuits no higher than 24 volts direct current, but some types are rated for 42-volt electrical systems. ...
  8. Fuse was born in Rockford, in 1967, when Rick Nielsen proposed the merging of two local bands: "The Grim Reapers" headed up by himself with Joe Sundberg and "Toast and Jam" consisting of Chip Greenman, Craig Myers and Tom Petersson. ...
  9. FUSE is private company that sells a set of open-source software components which are certified releases of Apache Software Foundation SOA projects.
  10. Fuse is the seventh studio album by Canadian blues/rock musician Colin James released in 2000 (see 2000 in music).
  11. Fuse was a chocolate bar produced by Cadbury Schweppes in the UK. The product was unusual for being a solid bar of chocolate containing suspended within it nuts, raisins, crisp cereal and fudge pieces, undated, accessed 9 July 2007 rather than having these ingredients simply coated with chocolate.
  12. In electronics and electrical engineering a fuse (from the Latin "fusus" meaning to melt) is a type of sacrificial overcurrent protection device. Its essential component is a metal wire or strip that melts when too much current flows, which interrupts the circuit in which it is connected. ...
  13. A cord that, when lit, conveys the fire to some explosive device; The mechanism that ignites the charge in an explosive device; A device to prevent the overloading of an electrical circuit; Indicating a tendency to lose one's temper; To melt together; to blend; to mix indistinguishably; To ...
  14. (Fuses) removable devices that link a circuit at the fuse box. Fuse connections blow apart and break the circuit if an overload or short occurs.
  15. (Fuses) A device designed to open and protect equipment or a circuit from being destroyed when the circuit is subjected to a power overload. This is a non-reversible action and there are 3 main types of fuses; glass, ceramic and spade.
  16. (Fuses) This are the devices installed on the co-ops lines when there is a need to be able to isolate a line in the event a fault should appear – we want to be able to isolate it but still keep the rest of the customers not on that particular line in service. ...
  17. (Fuses) small tubes, with a wire connecting one end to the other, which will melt if too much current tries to passes through it. Designed to protect appliances, not people, from a power surge.
  18. (Fusing) Use of chemicals and heat to weld the interlinings (including canvas) to the outer fabric, as distinct from stitching. Fusing cloth helps the appearance of the garment to look clean (i.e. flat) and is particularly popular with light weight fabrics which are difficult to sew. ...
  19. (FUSING) The process of heating the pieces of glass in a kiln until they bond. Over several hours, the temperature in the kiln is slowly brought up to fusing temperature, 1510° F (820° C), and then slowly cooled down again.
  20. (Fusing) (Heat Fixing) - The process of making a developed image permanent by heating.
  21. (Fusing) (metal) The technique of joining metals through melting.
  22. (Fusing) A manufacturing process which utilizes heat to melt or bond to materials together.
  23. (Fusing) All OSRAM SYLVANIA Quicktronic ballasts contain inherent electrical protection. Although there is no need to externally fuse the ballast, should code or regulation require one, 3 amp slow blow fuses are recommended.
  24. (Fusing) Done with Polypropylene Cord – The processes of joining two cords. Hold a butane lighter flame near the cords to melt the fibers together. Roll the ends between your fingers. (Wet your fingers to stop burning).
  25. (Fusing) Heating pieces of glass together until they bond.