Blank refers to the mold part used in all glass container machines for preliminary formation of glass in preparation for the most efficient completion of glass containers in the finish molds where bottles are blown.

Bolster is a device so fitted on a chassis or railcar so as to hold and secure the container.

Blank holder pressure (BHP) pertains to the pressure pattern on the blank that results from applying a blank holder force.

Bowling is a game in which players attempt to score points by rolling a ball along a flat surface to knock down objects called pins.

Blow blow process is described as a method of glass container manufacturing of narrow finish containers in which the parison is formed by compressed air.

Blank holder force (BHF) is described as the force applied to the perimeter of a sheet during a deep drawing operation to suppress wrinkling and control metal flow.

Bitt is described as a sturdy post mounted on the bow or stern to which anchor or mooring lines may be attached.

Bending stress is described as a stress involving tensile and compressive forces, which are not uniformly distributed.

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