use pellet in a sentence.
I thought about going that direction, but was concerned the birds might eat the pellets.
And 4 pounds of small ABS pellets from ebay is $15.
One positive about this game is that I would not have to go back for that "last" pellet I left behind, surrounded by ghosts and no power pellets left.
Too bad they didn't modify Pacman so that the ghosts have an apple logo and the pellets are Android phones.
About the same time we stop eating food and everyone lives on super-concentrated Food Pellets(tm) I expect.
Also add a lego recycler that rips apart a legos object and grinds the bricks to form the molder's input plastic pellets.
People shooting at birds ought to be using shotguns, and birdshot pellets have much lower terminal velocities than rifle rounds, since they're much smaller.
A drum dryer like you use for clothing sounds built to take water out of these things (with grates smaller than the pellets of course).
I am a sucker for a good Pac-Man article, and this one offers a few pellets.
The site's ad-intrusive layout, however, seems to demonstrate that the Number #1 thing we learned from Pac-Man was that he should convince the Ghosts to form a collective and use GroupOn to buy vouchers to (presumably) eat the pellets together??
Based on the numbers for cost of pellets vs cost of filament, it seems reasonable for someone to simply integrate this and make a printer that takes pellets instead of filament.
I think the suggestion is that the fusion is achieved only around the tiny pellet, and that the fusion acts against the magnetic containment to actually propel the pellet out the back.
I was thinking it'd be a fun pellet gun target practice.
Tritium isn't exactly easy to come by, yet the reactor would require approx 1 million "pellets" per day to keep alive?
For those that don't know Werner, he's the kind of guy that says "It's not auFEFF significant bullet" after getting shot with a pellet gun: