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lug

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n. a stupid male. (Possibly akin to the sense of “pull” = one who pulls or drags something as a laborer.) Is this lug bothering you, lady?
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Savage recoil lugs are stamped out of sheet steel and are unlikely to be flat.
Consumers who can identify the improper lugs should contact SolarWorld for replacement.
A worksheet is included, giving a glance at the information to collect before starting the design/ selection process, such as wire material and types, lug material and types, and any additional job requirements.
Withdraw the bolt until the locking lugs line up with a locking-lug-width-slot found behind the rear bridge on the left hand side of the receiver rail (2).
Step 1 - Design your own microstructural lug that represents the overall solidification rate and wall thickness of the casting requiring USV testing.
Next, a new form was developed to include listings for negative lug potential and remote potential location, in addition to all previously recorded information.
In general, it means the introductory course or classes in dialectics that form a basis from which a student advances in the Dge lugs pa tradition of scholasticism.
This full-system certification means SunLink's products require fewer grounding lugs than other mounting systems - one grounding lug per continuous section of the solar array.
The Fusion line is the next generation of copper battery terminals and lugs at Del City, as this premium line offers strength that is twice that of typical crimp or compression connectors.
Since the pin is aluminum, the PTA adapter is suitable only where the pin will be landed into an aluminum terminal lug (because copper/bronze lugs must not be used on aluminum cable).
Harbor has earned a spot in the record books for having the longest doggy lugs.
So when you clean your rifle or carbine, you need to carefully check around the lugs for hairline cracks.
The compression molded components are said to cut costs because they consolidate parts such as lugs, fittings, and electrical junction boxes.
Abstract: A rubber track T has a plurality of guide lugs 50 arranged in two rows, one row being on each lateral edge.