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But it will be the test-tube and not the cogwheel that will make the money.

A cogwheel stuck at Lige, another may stick before long, and it all depends on how the machine can adjust itself.

As one of the spokes of the cogwheel is rotated past (L), the spring is lifted and released, and (T) delivers a sharp tap.

Over the altar you may see his bust in marble, and over it a figure of Genius with a cogwheel in her hand.

He carefully examined the cogwheel, to which bits of flesh and of the torn shirt still adhered.

Between the rails runs a third broad and massive rail provided with teeth, which gear with a cogwheel under the locomotive.

Remove washer on the short end of shaft, also the cogwheel if the shaft has cogs on both ends.

They have very powerful engines and a cogwheel arrangement, the line making a zigzag up the mountain-side.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COGWHEEL

cog

nounmain part of device
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