Recent Examples of beaker from the Web
Scrape the mixture into a mini chopper or the beaker of an immersion blender and set aside to cool briefly.
But don't expect fantastical concoctions with fancy bitters served in beakers on a bed of dry ice.
In a cavernous building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, just steps from the Mississippi River, environmental engineer Clint Willson lifts a beaker filled with dark plastic crumbs.
Öland Island has been an archaeological treasure trove for researchers over the years, with more than 1,000 stone house foundations, cemeteries, graves, 15 ringforts and artifacts like gold Roman coins, bronze statuettes and glass beakers.
The beaker tilts to the left, delicately askew, as if acknowledging the precariousness of all balance and nodding toward the single flower lying on the table.
Many of the researchers trading in mixing beakers for kissing babies have been recruited by 314 Action, a political action committee launched to support policymakers with scientific or technical backgrounds.
Bath-time bonanza Just changing rooms can help break the crazy, so run a huge bubble bath, throw in random new objects (like plastic beakers, measuring jugs and saucepans – do not throw in your children) and turn the tub into a science experiment.
The witness saw O’Rourke, who’s not required to handle the toxic chemical for his job, take the cyanide from the poison cabinet, pour it into a beaker and then into a water bottle last December, prosecutors said.
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Origin and Etymology of beaker
BEAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beaker for English Language Learners
: a wide glass with a lip for pouring that is used especially in chemistry for holding and measuring liquids
: a large drinking cup with a wide opening that is typically made of plastic or metal
BEAKER Defined for Kids
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