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differential

n. the buttocks; the rear (end). (From the name of the device that joins the axle to the driveshaft in motorized vehicles.) You’re walking like there’s something wrong with your differential.
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Tires--in terms of height, width, composition and tread design--are the final arbiter of traction, but even if you spend a lot for the best treads, there's one more factor that rears its head when things get tough--the rear differential.
The goal, obviously, is to maximize efficiency and accuracy by doing manual differentials only in situations where it is helpful or necessary.
Providing that you engage the differential at the right times," says Harty, "you get a superb interaction between the front axle and the steering system.
The system was operating anywhere from 20-30 psi pressure and 14 psi differential.
Once the refund is made, the taxpayer will not have an opportunity to have it reapplied to the liability to avoid the possible economic detriment due to the interest rate differential.
With an interest rate differential that can vary from 1% to 4.
Besides supporting the Minnesota Milk Producers lawsuit, Land O'Lakes participated in a Midwest coalition that testified at a series of national hearings on Class I differentials in 1990.
Manufacturers should be aware of the scale of overall price differentials between countries and price variations within individual therapeutic areas.
This study also focused on tension differentials (side-to-side) and their effect on moisture removing capacity.
The bottom of the fill plug is just below the top of the sight glass, so you can't overfill the differential.
Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation (NYSE:ETN), announced today that its new EGerodisc(TM) electronic limited slip differential will be used as standard equipment on the front and rear axles of the Quadra Drive II(TM) package on the all-new 2005 Jeep(R) Grand Cherokee, beginning later this year.
The new crude oil price differentials will be effective January 1, 2004 until December 31, 2005.
In light of these dynamics, pharmaceutical firms will need to retool their managed care contracting and marketing strategies, including: contracting and product pricing strategies to optimize profitability relative to fixed dollar copays and percentage copays; pricing research on consumer sensitivity to pricing differentials and perceived brand loyalty, and the impact rising copays will have on patient compliance with medication.
Eaton, the world's largest producer of automotive differentials and engine valves, is a leading provider of automotive engine air management and fuel economy systems.
This partnership establishes a structure for Eaton mechanical locking differentials to be sold as part of Dandong Shuguang Axle assemblies within the Peoples Republic of China.
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