Crossword clues for coole
(obsolete spelling of cool English) v
(obsolete spelling of cool English)
Coole may refer to:
- Coole River, a tributary of the Marne river, France
- Coole, Marne, a commune in the Marne department, France
- Coole, County Westmeath, a village in Ireland
- Coole, County Cork, a village and civil parish in Ireland
- Coole, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
- Coole, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
- Coole (barony), a barony in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
- The Wild Swans at Coole, a poem by W.B. Yeats
Coole is a barony in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. To its west lies Upper Lough Erne, and it is bordered by three other baronies in Northern Ireland: Knockninny to the west; Magherastephana to the north; and Clankelly. It also borders three baronies in the Republic of Ireland: Dartree to the east; Tullygarvey and Loughtee Lower to the south.
Usage examples of "coole".
Glass vessels containing boiling sulphuric acid should be handled as little as possible, and should not be cooled under the tap.
It should be ignited and cooled out of contact with air just before using, since it is hygroscopic.
The superfluous liquid is then at once wiped off, and the bottle cooled and weighed.
After the muffle has cooled down for the withdrawal of the last batch, and the old cupels have been taken out, the new cupels for the next batch should be put in their place.
The assay should be contained in a pint flask, and be cooled before titrating.
The filtrate, cooled and rendered alkaline with soda, is ready for the titration.
It is cooled, transferred to a graduated flask, and diluted with water to 200 c.
The water is driven off and condenses in the calcium chloride tube, which is afterwards cooled and weighed.
The residue is taken up with hydrochloric acid, cooled, transferred to a graduated flask, and diluted to the mark.
Then it is allowed to stand until the froth has subsided, and the gas has cooled to the temperature of the room.
The two lots of silica are washed free from chlorides with hot water, dried on an air-bath, transferred to a platinum-crucible, ignited gently at first, at last strongly over the blast or in a muffle, cooled in a desiccator, and weighed.
The cooled cake is pressed between folds of linen, and the paraffin scale detached and weighed.
In two months it will have cooled enough to enter and the interior will be under construction.
When the worldlet arrives and has cooled, the bottle will be taken inside and the gate more formally arrayed.
One can fully appreciate her exhilaration only when she has cooled a bit.