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In Figures 220 and 221 is a drawing of a connecting rod drawn, put together as it would be for the lathe, vise or erecting shop.
The navigation and connecting streams of this river are too well known to require a description at the present day.
Electricians call this connecting in parallel; there are many parallel circuits from one power house.
COMMON SCIENCECARLETON W. WASHBURNE
Ligia forms a connecting link between the woodlice proper and the many Isopods which actually live in the sea.
THE BRITISH WOODLICEWILFRED MARK WEBB
These two ends are nailed on the ends of the connecting rails.
What noise they made was lost in other footsteps that echoed and sounded through the connecting caves.
SENSE OF OBLIGATIONHENRY MAXWELL DEMPSEY (AKA HARRY HARRISON)
The place was a network of trenches with connecting passages, roofed over with timber, raupo, and toetoe reeds and earth.
The part which corresponds to the loose strap in the last example is here forged in one piece with the connecting rod.
The form a is a more pure Northern Gothic type than even b, which is the connecting link between it and the classical type.
The crank is a short lever which transmits the power from the connecting rod to the crank shaft.

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