flue pipe definition

  • noun:
    • songs An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • An organ pipe that creates noise through vibration of atmosphere particles, compared with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • organ pipe whoever tone is created by atmosphere moving throughout the sharp side of a fissure or lip
    • songs An organ pipeline with a lipped orifice; a flue.
    • An organ pipeline that creates noise through the vibration of environment particles, compared with reed pipe.
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • organ pipe whose tone is from air moving over the razor-sharp side of a fissure or lip
    • songs An organ pipe with a lipped orifice; a flue.
    • An organ pipe that produces sound through the vibration of atmosphere particles, compared with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • organ pipe whoever tone is from air passing throughout the razor-sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • Music An organ pipeline with a lipped orifice; a flue.
    • An organ pipeline that creates noise through vibration of atmosphere particles, contrasted with reed pipe.
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • organ pipe whoever tone is generated by air moving across the razor-sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • songs An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • An organ pipe that produces sound through the vibration of atmosphere molecules, compared with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipeline, 2.
    • organ-pipe whoever tone is made by air passing throughout the razor-sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • songs An organ pipe with a lipped orifice; a flue.
    • Music An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • Music An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • An organ pipeline that creates sound through the vibration of environment particles, contrasted with reed pipe.
    • An organ pipe that produces noise through the vibration of atmosphere molecules, compared with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • In organ-building. See pipeline, 2.
    • organ-pipe whoever tone is from air moving across the sharp side of a fissure or lip
    • organ-pipe whose tone is produced by air passing across the sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • An organ pipe that creates noise through vibration of atmosphere particles, compared with reed pipe.
    • In organ-building. See pipeline, 2.
    • organ-pipe whoever tone is generated by atmosphere moving throughout the sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • Music An organ pipeline with a lipped orifice; a flue.
    • songs An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • songs An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • An organ pipeline that creates noise through vibration of atmosphere molecules, compared with reed pipeline.
    • An organ pipeline that produces noise through the vibration of air molecules, compared with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • organ-pipe whose tone is produced by air passing throughout the sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • An organ pipe that creates sound through the vibration of environment molecules, compared with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipeline, 2.
    • organ pipe whose tone is made by atmosphere passing over the sharp edge of a fissure or lip
    • In organ-building. See pipe, 2.
    • songs An organ pipeline with a lipped opening; a flue.
    • organ-pipe whose tone is from atmosphere passing throughout the razor-sharp side of a fissure or lip
    • An organ pipeline that produces noise through the vibration of air particles, contrasted with reed pipeline.
    • In organ-building. See pipeline, 2.
    • organ pipe whoever tone is made by atmosphere passing over the sharp side of a fissure or lip
  • others:
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipe, whose tone is made by the impinging of an ongoing of air upon a benefit, or lip, causing a wave motion in the air within; a mouth pipe; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipes are either open or closed (stopped on distant end). The flute and flageolet tend to be available pipelines; a bottle acts as a closed pipe when one blows across the neck. The organ has both open and closed flue pipes, those of material becoming typically circular in section, and those of lumber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whoever tone is generated by the impinging of an ongoing of environment upon an edge, or lip, causing a wave motion in the air within; a mouth pipe; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipelines are either open or closed (ended at the remote end). The flute and flageolet are open pipelines; a bottle will act as a closed pipeline when one blows over the neck. The organ has both available and closed flue pipes, those of metal being often circular in part, and those of wood triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whose tone is created by the impinging of an ongoing of air upon an edge, or lip, causing a wave motion in the air within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipes are generally available or shut (stopped during the distant end). The flute and flageolet are open pipes; a bottle will act as a closed pipeline when one blows across the neck. The organ has both open and shut flue pipes, those of material becoming usually circular in area, and the ones of wood triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipe, whoever tone is made by the impinging of an ongoing of environment upon an advantage, or lip, causing a wave movement floating around within; a mouth pipe; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipes are generally open or closed (stopped on distant end). The flute and flageolet tend to be available pipelines; a bottle will act as a closed pipeline whenever one blows over the throat. The organ has actually both available and closed flue pipes, those of steel becoming typically round in part, and the ones of timber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whose tone is made by the impinging of an ongoing of environment upon an edge, or lip, causing a wave motion floating around within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipelines are generally available or shut (ended within distant end). The flute and flageolet are open pipes; a bottle acts as a closed pipeline when one blows over the throat. The organ has actually both open and closed flue pipelines, those of metal being typically round in section, and the ones of timber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whoever tone is made by the impinging of a present of air upon an edge, or lip, causing a wave motion floating around within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipelines are either open or shut (ended at the remote end). The flute and flageolet are open pipelines; a bottle will act as a closed pipe whenever one blows throughout the throat. The organ has actually both available and shut flue pipes, those of material becoming often circular in area, and the ones of timber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whose tone is produced by the impinging of an ongoing of environment upon an edge, or lip, causing a wave movement in the air within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipes are generally open or shut (stopped at distant end). The flute and flageolet are open pipelines; a bottle will act as a closed pipe whenever one blows across the neck. The organ has actually both open and closed flue pipelines, those of steel becoming often circular in area, and those of wood triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whose tone is produced by the impinging of a current of air upon a benefit, or lip, causing a wave movement floating around within; a mouth pipe; -- distinguished from reed pipe. Flue pipes are generally available or closed (stopped at distant end). The flute and flageolet tend to be open pipelines; a bottle acts as a closed pipe whenever one blows over the throat. The organ features both available and shut flue pipelines, those of metal being frequently round in part, and people of lumber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipe, whoever tone is produced by the impinging of a present of atmosphere upon an edge, or lip, causing a wave movement floating around within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipe. Flue pipes are either open or shut (ended at the distant end). The flute and flageolet tend to be open pipelines; a bottle acts as a closed pipeline whenever one blows over the throat. The organ has both available and shut flue pipelines, those of steel being frequently round in section, and the ones of wood triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipeline, whoever tone is created by the impinging of a present of environment upon a benefit, or lip, causing a wave motion in the air within; a mouth pipe; -- distinguished from reed pipe. Flue pipes are either available or shut (ended in the remote end). The flute and flageolet tend to be available pipes; a bottle acts as a closed pipe when one blows across the throat. The organ features both available and shut flue pipelines, those of steel being frequently round in section, and those of timber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipe, whoever tone is produced by the impinging of an ongoing of environment upon a benefit, or lip, causing a wave movement in the air within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipe. Flue pipelines are generally available or shut (ended during the distant end). The flute and flageolet are available pipelines; a bottle will act as a closed pipe when one blows throughout the neck. The organ features both open and shut flue pipes, those of material being usually round in area, and people of timber triangular or square.
    • A pipe, esp. an organ pipe, whose tone is generated by the impinging of an ongoing of environment upon a benefit, or lip, causing a wave movement in the air within; a mouth pipeline; -- distinguished from reed pipeline. Flue pipelines are either available or closed (stopped on remote end). The flute and flageolet tend to be available pipes; a bottle will act as a closed pipe whenever one blows over the throat. The organ features both open and shut flue pipelines, those of material being frequently circular in area, and the ones of timber triangular or square.

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