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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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c] (Figure 6), the statistical analysis revealed a significant main effect of crank mode with lower [T.
Crank 2 essentially jacks up all that worked for the first film.
Also using 3-minute work stages, these authors found no differences in a number of laboratory measures between the conventional and Rotor crank systems.
A comparison between simulated and experimental hip, knee and ankle powers, during the crank cycle, is presented in figure 4 (Zajak et al.
They carried on their session afterwards, using money Crank stole from his mum.
A step-up transformer cranks up the voltage, or the force of electrical current.
Second, note Krugman's use of the words silly and crank to describe a view of the world that competes with his.
Rotating the crank at two revolutions per minute, an operator could process 35 to 40 numbers per second.
The plan itself suggests a piece of industrial machinery: a wheel and crank.
After heading, there are a number of secondary operations: upset and flatten the pedal eyes, bend the workpiece into the form of a crank, drill and tap the pedal eyes, and weld on a tug pin.
Silverbirch is the licensed developer for Crank Mobile.
Freescale Semiconductor Selects Crank as Recommended Provider of UI Design Solutions for i.
Normally, you use a 14mm socket wrench, which requires you to crank and crank because you can make only a 1/2 turn at a time before having to reposition the wrench.
Mrs Brown also knew the Crank family, seen picking potatoes in 1962.