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Mar 4, 2024

[Answer] 1. This is a large glass container used to hold beverages. This type of vessel never has a stopper. Which term is also used to refer to the container part of a coffeemaker?

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...1. Pelike 2. Ampoule 3. Dry bay 4. Carafe A pelike was an ancient Greek vessel that was almost exactly the same an amphora, though the pelike had a flat bottom in contrast to the amphora's pointed bottom, allowing the pelike to stand up by itself. The dry bay is any part of a vehicle or machine located next to the fuel tank, designed to keep electrical wiring and other sensitive types of equipment dry. Leaks in the dry bay could cause fires or explosions. An ampoule is a small vial, used in the pharmaceutical industry to keep medicines and chemicals from being contaminated.




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Carafe:


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