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side wall

1. A wall that forms the side of a building or other structure. OK, class, line up at the side wall! At every school dance, Peggy found herself drawn to boys who leaned against the side walls and looked as if they had no interest in being there.
2. The side of the tire on a motor vehicle. A: "How will I know what kind of tires to get?" B: "Well, there's information printed on the side wall of a tire—you can look there to find out more about the ones you currently have."
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The sidewall is a vital component of the tire's construction, providing protection to the casing and absorbing the impact from movement and the terrain.
The reinforced upper part of the sidewall provides additional protection against puncture and cut damage caused by sharp rocks.
Will include but not limited to SIDING: Remove and replace siding with new in locations where the sidewall meets the roof with new cedar siding to match existing size and profile.
When the wheel size goes up and the sidewall of the tire gets smaller, doesn't the ride get worse?
C&D Zodiac's second finalist product, the Sidewall & Lining System is available as both a retrofit and linefit application for sidewalls and ceilings on all commercial aircraft and is now flying onAA757s.
The SMOOTHCORR[TM] sidewall system resists wind loads and adds insulating value to the sidewall.
The Sidewall Scraper consists of a single rod connected to a concentric hub that rotates around the mill assembly Teflon scrapers are stacked on top of each other in a continuous row, thus allowing coverage of the entire sidewall of the tank.
In addition, the sidewalls have been strengthened with a protective rib and anti-scrape shields, and the sidewall rubber compound was developed to resist expansion of cuts and splits into the air chamber.
Even tyres that appear undamaged after being subjected to a pressure washer may have microscopic perforations that can weaken the sidewall and cause a blow-out.
Strong soap can remove protective chemicals that are embedded in the sidewall.
1979) found flow through the sidewall to be greater than bottom flow in some duplex soils in Victoria.
If the parison swells a little too much, the pinch travels down to the sidewall.
The sidewall patterns are sold in 27-inch-wide double-roll bolts ($34.
The sidewall elements are seated in dropped, recessed grooves.
That translated into giving components the free play necessary to absorb events like hitting a pothole at 65 mph; the 360[degrees] wire antenna has a wavy pattern that allows it to move with the sidewall.