Some articles on heavier:
... Considerations for detection/risk control Silane is slightly heavier than air (possibility of pooling at ground levels/pits) Disilane is heavier than air (possibility of pooling at ground levels/pits ...
... Steel, although heavier than aluminum, is less expensive and withstands heavier use ... Longer track segments, while heavier to transport, allow track to be laid straighter with less effort ...
... Heavier railway equipment was built and ordered to keep up with the increased tonnage, and with the heavier trains came heavier bridges ...
... air (possibility of accumulation under roofs) Ethane is slightly heavier than air (possibility of pooling at ground levels / pits) Propane is heavier than air (possibility of pooling at ...
... The R8 is substantially larger and heavier than the R4-R7 series cameras, being about a third heavier at 890g than the R7 ... This is partly explained by being built to take and balance the heavier zoom lenses in the Leica R lens range ...
Famous quotes containing the word heavier:
“Anguish devours the mind, and furious rage, and hope
than which the heart can bear no heavier burden, when
it is long deferred.”
—Publius Papinius Statius (c. 4096)
“The heavier crop is ever in others fields.”
—Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)
“For forty days, for forty nights
Jesus put one foot in front of the other
and the man he carried,
if it was a man,
became heavier and heavier.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)