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One of the secret weapons of this Völkl ski is an internal Titanal frame—the same as the Mantra 102—that runs the perimeter of the ski, fortifying edge grip and strengthening flex to add turbo to your turns the more you hit the gas.
LONG-TERM REVIEW: THE BEST SKIS, PERIODHEATHER SCHULTZ AND MARC PERUZZIMARCH 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
So, for example, if the vacuum has a turbo mode, you won’t get as many minutes out of it.
Keep in mind, some vacuums have different power settings, like high intensity or turbo that might drain its battery more quickly.
By the time he had dragged himself down to the street level a turbo-truck had slammed to a stop in front of the loading platform.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
Another tank is blown out and the turbo-fan set in motion till the tanks are soon quite empty.
The large tropical shells named Turbo have massive lids of considerable weight.
A genus of small fossil shells, described as resembling Turbo, but with the aperture more like that of Melania.
A CONCHOLOGICAL MANUALGEORGE BRETTINGHAM SOWERBY
The turbo-generator should be lubricated by a small amount of black or engine oil, placed in the cup on the turbine or steam end.
Wires may be "short-circuited" (crossed) which will cause brushes to spark badly, and turbo-generator to pull hard.
Smaller armlets are also cut out of large shells belonging to the genera Trochus and Turbo.
THE SOLOMON ISLANDS AND THEIR NATIVESH. B. (HENRY BROUGHAM) GUPPY

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