A lining in an appliance, device, or container, esp. a removable one, in particular
The lining of a garment
A replaceable metal sleeve placed within the cylinder of an engine, forming a durable surface to withstand wear from the piston
(baseball) a hit that flies straight out from the batter; "the batter hit a liner to the shortstop"
lining: a protective covering that protects an inside surface
a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment
a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)
A low-ionization nuclear emission-line region (LINER) is a type of galactic nucleus that is defined by its spectral line emission. The spectra typically include line emission from weakly ionized or neutral atoms, such as O, O+, N+, and S+. ...
In baseball, a line drive is a type of batted ball, sharply hit, and on (or slightly above) a level trajectory. The threshold between a line drive (also sometimes called a liner or frozen rope) and a fly ball can be subjective.
"Liners" is a horticultural term referring to trays of very young plants, usually grown for sale to retailers or wholesalers, who then grow them to a larger size before selling them to consumers. Liners are usually grown from seed, but may also be grown from cuttings or tissue culture. ...
Someone who fits a lining to something; A removable cover or lining; The pamphlet which is contained inside an album of music or movie
(liners) Structurally sound sections of stone cemented and doweled to the back of thin stone units to give greater strength, additional bearing surface, or to increase joint depth.
Liners are thin layers of cloth or paper that are placed inside the diaper to aid in the cleaning of solid waste. Some are flushable. ...
Liners are thin material used between a baby's bottom and the diaper itself. Most liners are used to keep stool away from diapers for easy clean up. Many cloth diaper businesses carry flushable biodegradable liners which are the perect fit for this purchase. ...
(LINERS) A rail covering used to transport equipment from point to point.
(Liners) $6.00 via Priority mail
(Liners) A washable (Polyester fleece) or biodegradable layer (cellulose) which goes next to your babies skin inside the nappy to collect poo so it can be flushed down the loo. Wee passes through into the nappy.
(Liners) these are the folding knife covers the handle is secured to. Most often one of it also works as a Liner-Lock. The are usually made of 410 steel.
(liners) threshed wheat sheaves
Diaper liners are either flushable or washable single-layer pieces of paper or fleece that keep poop off your diapers. They make it easy to get the poop into the toilet, so you don’t have to take the whole diaper over to the toilet to scrape it off or deal with stained diapers. ...
Liners can be disposable or reusable. They are basically just a sheet that is placed between your baby’s bottom and the diaper to make cleaning a little easier. This is helpful in the very beginning when your baby is first born and is producing meconium or when your child starts solids.
Pond liners are used for a number of reasons: to prevent water from leaking form the ponds, to prevent erosion of the pond and also to act as a barrier in areas of acid sulphate soils (or soils with other undesirable characteristics). The main factor in liner selection is lifespan. ...
A disk of paper, cork, foam, plastic, etc., retained in a closure to provide a flexible barrier between the closure and the sealing surface of the container.
A covering that is applied to an object. See coating.
1) A frame molding used within the outer molding. May be covered with fabric, often velvet or linen. Many liners are made from fully finished frame stock, including gold or silver. Sometimes called an insert. If over 2 1/2 inches wide, called a panel. ...
Ship of The Line: a major warship capable of taking its place in the main (battle) line of fighting ships. Hence modern term for most prestigious passenger vessel: Liner.
The continuous, usually flexible reinforced resin barrier on the inside surface of the FRP laminate used to protect the laminate from chemical attack or to prevent leakage under stress.
The thin metal frame pieces onto which all the parts of the knife are attached.