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Synonyms for bolt

Synonyms for bolt

Synonyms for bolt

a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder

a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech

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the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key

the act of moving with great haste

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a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length

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a sudden abandonment (as from a political party)

move or jump suddenly

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secure or lock with a bolt

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swallow hastily

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leave suddenly and as if in a hurry

eat hastily without proper chewing

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make or roll into bolts

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in a rigid manner

directly

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And even if they never get to Silverado levels, at some point, we'll be able to judge whether the Bolt is a success for GM.
This plate can be used as a multi bolted joint with two M10 bolts with different load introduction possibilities and to study the self-loosening behavior as in [10].
Figures 2b and 2c show the connection models adopted to evaluate the minimum end distance and bolts spacing, respectively.
The bolts of medieval times surely bear little resemblance to the advanced, lightweight, stiff-spined, high flying, accurate projectiles delivered by modern hunting crossbows.
For the purpose of our measurements, an appliance was prepared (Figure 2) including series of experiments conducted for the purpose of obtaining F-[DELTA] diagram of M16 bolts with 10.
With torque wrenches or ultrasound, bolt tightening could be off by as much as 30pc of the bolt's true strength, resulting in over-sized and heavier bolts to ensure they hold.
Small bolts were usually formed by using a case-hardened tool that had a round hole the size of the bolt shank but shorter than the length of the rod from which the bolt was to be made.
I also believe it's best when you shoot a bolt-action rifle to practice running the bolt and reloading the rifle, as most bolt-action rifles have limited ammunition capacities (which in and of itself doesn't bother me).
Unscrew nuts on metal toilet seat bolts with a deep-well socket.
A more elegant solution would be to replace the existing bolts with SKF Supergrip Bolts.
The torque control method using a torque wrench is the most common method, although it cannot be applied to plastic-region tightening because of the relationship between the axial force and the torque of bolts is affected by a fluctuation of the friction coefficient of bearing surfaces.
While its popularity is eroding a little to the new drop action muzzleloaders, the bolt action is still king.
In fact, several Eclipse bolts were installed with a standard bolting machine, with no vibration or oscillation problems.
It would be difficult to assign a dollar value to the downtime annually inflicted on the mining industry by loose, missing, or broken bolts on mobile and stationary machinery.