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Meanings and phrases
- a line that forms the length of an arrow pointer
- an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect; shot; slam; dig; barb; jibe; gibe
- a long rod or pole (especially the handle of an implement or the body of a weapon like a spear or arrow)
- a column of light (as from a beacon); beam; beam of light; light beam; ray; ray of light; shaft of light; irradiation
- obscene terms for penis; cock; prick; dick; pecker; peter; tool; putz
- the main (mid) section of a long bone; diaphysis
- the hollow spine of a feather; quill; calamus
- a revolving rod that transmits power or motion; rotating shaft
- a vertical passageway through a building (as for an elevator)
- (architecture) upright consisting of the vertical part of a column; scape
- a long vertical passage sunk into the earth, as for a mine or tunnel
- a long pointed rod used as a tool or weapon; spear; lance
- defeat someone through trickery or deceit; cheat; chouse; screw; chicane; jockey
- equip with a shaft
- a shaft for ventilation; air well
- a blunt arrow without a barb; an arrow used for target practice
- a vertical shaft in a building to permit the passage of an elevator from floor to floor
- A nearby elevator shaft is also decorated with the company logo.
- They attempt to climb a ladder in the elevator shaft to escape as the bomb explodes.
- There is also an elevator shaft designed to look like a silo, that also contributes to the western theme.
- a revolving rod that transmits power or motion; shaft
- the axis around which the major rotor of a helicopter turns; rotor head
- a louse parasitic on poultry; chicken louse; Menopon palladum; Menopon gallinae
- a column of light (as from a beacon); beam; beam of light; light beam; ray; ray of light; shaft; irradiation
- rotating shaft that transmits rotary motion from the engine to the differential
- a shaft in a building; serves as an air passage for ventilation
- This drove a single propeller shaft.
- Forged steel is used for some ship parts, such as the propeller shaft support.
- If the hardness is not correct the dealer will then replace the rear propeller shaft.
- The drive shaft and final drive assembly are built into the left side of the double sided swing arm.
- On many shaft-drive motorcycles the drive shaft is contained in one of the long sides of the swingarm.
- The drive shaft was upgraded by HUSS in 2003, but by then many units had been scrapped or sold for parts.
- The upright shaft was a 'graft' shaft of both wood and iron.
- No other machinery remains, since the "wallower", "upright shaft" and "great spur wheel" were removed after the mill ceased to operate by wind The mill has four floors, a thatched cap and is constructed of local limestone known in the area as Blue Lias.
- They were all rotative beam engines, with a flywheel and rotating output shaft.
- Due to the output shaft being offset to the right the half-shafts were of unequal lengths.
- Torque is the force being exerted on a theoretical lever connected to the output shaft of an engine.
- The camshaft was driven by a vertical shaft at the rear of the engine.
- It consisted of four hemispherical cups mounted on horizontal arms, which were mounted on a vertical shaft.
- In 1908 the reef was being worked by the main underlie shaft, deep (Sunset No.1); and a vertical shaft, deep (Sunset No.2).
- The two larger cars had four speed gearboxes and they all had shaft drive.
- A very small number of bicycles use a shaft drive to transmit power, or special belts.
- The CB900c had a front and rear air assisted suspension, shaft drive, and a dual-range sub-transmission.
- A crane is used to erect the main shaft.
- The rollers have either a rubber or steel pattern and a steel main shaft.
- The arrows were made of pine and consisted of a main shaft and a fore shaft with a flint point.