The Englishman's arms shot into the slime with the regularity of pistons.
The horse's shoulders felt like pistons working under a cloth.
It was on the lever principle, the cylinders, instead of the pistons, being movable.
This end thrust is counterbalanced by means of the "dummy" pistons, P1, P2, P3.
From the beginning Hobart has had a mania for screws, bolts, nuts, and pistons.
Second, the apparent impossibility of properly packing the pistons.
The suction of the pistons depends on the speed of the engine.
His legs were like the pistons of some engine, darting back and forth.
Of course the inlet valves in the pistons are made to work automatically.
What would be the cause of the pistons sticking in the cylinder?