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cranking

mod. exciting; excellent. We had a massively cranking time at your place.
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The primary working muscles during arm cranking, biceps and triceps brachii and the deltoid, are smaller and less conditioned compared with the leg muscles.
Figure 7 shows the 12 V DC starter's behaviors in the starting ICE phase/period and factors affecting the cranking noise.
I watch my electronics, trying to fish in areas where I mark fish, but cranking the entire time.
Cranking Software has been extremely successful in the physician dispensing market with its MDScripts and private branded software; currently controlling a large majority of the country's physician dispensing business.
Cranking Media partners directly with the major display exchanges, ad networks, search engines and e-mail list owners to increase coverage, in the USA and internationally, the company said.
Participants performed this test so we could record peak heart rate values during arm cranking.
When cranking wings up or down, we make sure our goggles are down over our eyes.
The farm wife wasn't the only one cranking a sheller.
Cranking the handwheel during TRAKing runs the X, Y, and Z axes as programmed.
Thirty seconds of cranking powers the radio for half an hour.
Another addition is a tensioning damper that must work whether the unit is cranking the engine or generating power.
that 'Consumers who are cranking up their air conditioning may think electric companies are in store for a bonanza.
Though they've only been there a week, with the smell of new carpet still permeating the air, the production line already cranking out subwoofers and studio monitors.
LOS ANGELES -- Cranking Media, LLC[TM], founded by direct response and media buying experts Drew Kossoff and Scott Rewick, is poised to quickly establish itself as one of the leading performance-based advertising agencies in the U.
The major and minor axis angles (the smallest angle between the arm cranking and the major or minor axis, respectively) were 96.