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eccentric

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an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride

a hand tool consisting of a rotating shaft with parallel handle

travel along a zigzag path

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start by cranking

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rotate with a crank

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fasten with a crank

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bend into the shape of a crank

(used of boats) inclined to heel over easily under sail

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8, Crank was arrested for an EPA violation, which Biggs said was a violation of the states open burning law.
Each participant performed both the Wasserman's cycle ergometer and arm crank test in a randomly-assigned order separated by at least five days to assure for full recovery.
Apply sealing compound to thread of breech crank assembly bolt
Crank Storyboard Suite is an embedded graphical user interface (GUI) tool that enables UI designers to easily prototype the look and feel of a UI, and then deploy a production-ready interface directly to the embedded target.
We hypothesized that (1) the shortened crank arm would produce symmetrical limb kinematics, (2) force asymmetry would remain constant, (3) work asymmetry would be reduced with a reduction in kinematic asymmetries, and (4) motor system compensation to the shortened crank would be demonstrated as a change in joint moments at the knee and hip.
At that point, they're very susceptible to jerkba its and small cranks like the Rapala DT6.
After attaching the jumper cables to both cars, start the good car for 1- 2 minutes and then crank the engine of the dead car.
He added: "That they did so at such cost to themselves and their families is an inspiration to many and so it was particularly disappointing to hear the apparently glib dismissal of them as cranks.
Through close observation of the dynamics involved in cocking a crossbow, I was able to design a crossbow crank cocking system requiring but a fraction of the strength needed for direct hand cocking, or even the use of a rope cocking aid.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 27, 2012-Dialogic names Bill Crank as SVP, Worldwide Sales and Services(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
These are photos of the drive gear, bearing and crank handle of my dad's fanning mill.
One of the new businesses is joke and fancy dress shop - Cranks and Pranks - opened by owner Darren Crank who's fond memories of growing up in Huddersfield have inspired his business idea.
The Ultra Series includes casement windows with push-button operation, double-hung windows with crank handles, and Garden-Aire sliding patio doors with sill ramp.
Ever since Cadillac invented the starter motor in 1912, vehicles used lead acid batteries to crank the engine.