What is a whiskey tumbler?
A whiskey tumbler is nothing more than a stemless drinking glass usually with a thick base used for - usually - hard liquor such as Whiskey. Viper1
Whiskey is whiskey because whiskey is distilled in whiskey farms, by distillers of whiskey. My friend who was there at the time of this rebellion, Bethsarh, informs me "I was distraught by the loss of mon3y because my whiskey was not whiskey enough for the whiskey seller in the market of whiskey selling."
When hot liquid is poured into a thick glass tumbler, it cracks because the glass is a poor conductor of heat. When hot liquid is poured into the tumbler, the inner surface of the tumbler becomes hot, while the outer surface remains at room temperature. Therefore, the inner surface of the tumbler expands, while the outer surface does not expand. This unequal expansion cracks the tumbler.
USUALLY the key and tumbler in this model is held in by a supporting pin on the front or the back of the key and tumbler. Push the pin in with a small screwdriver or an awl. the pull it out. Put the new key and tumbler in the same way push it in until the pin locks in place then turn the key to see if it works. If it works you are finished!!
Well, i think it is soluble ; otherwise u can try to do this by a experiment: 1. take 250g honey 2. a tumbler with water 3. a spoon (if u cannnot find a tumbler any pot and pot like thing will do ) (IT WOULD BE BETTER IF YOU HAVE A TRANSPARENT GLASS/TUMBLER) firstly, take the tumbler and fill water in it. Then add honey... STIR slowly.. record your observations and answer your question…
Locks have what are called tumblers. Your ignition key turns the lock within the tumbler assembly. The tumblers fall into the groves on the key allowing it to turn. Insert the wrong key and the tumblers are not aligned properly and the key will not turn. A tumbler is a flat-bottomed glass with no handle, foot, or stem.
A compost tumbler is a drum mounted on rollers that has an attached crank thus making the turning of the compost easier. This turning mixes air with the composting material and speeds up the composting process. You can make your own or you can buy one from Compos Tumbler or other gardening companies.