uk, the KMB boasts a wide range of upgrades that make it stand out of the crowd - proven 49cc 2-stroke Honda derived engine, fully restrictable throttle, front and rear drum brakes, electric start, fully automatic twist and go, rear mono shock, front forks, fold back
kickstart, snap-back spring loaded race footpegs, key switch immobiliser, NGK spark plug, and removable race paddock stand, to name but a few.
Plant bulbs in the soil, fold back
the turn and stamp down to ensure that the turf connects with the bulbs.
gt; 3 : to fold back
or under <Turn down the sheets.
The 5040 has three programmable memories for test setup recall and features such as overcurrent fold back
, overload current capacity, and an inrush current rating of four times the maximum current.
Glass doors fold back
on all sides of the building, revealing the clean lines of the interior.
For centuries, the plane and the helicoid were the only known examples of infinite, unbounded minimal surfaces that don't fold back
to intersect themselves.
Microwave, fold back
the top and it's a ready-to-eat package.
With the decklid raised, the roof top and back window fold back
in a clam shell manner into the trunk cavity.
Use it as a standard notebook or flip and fold back
the touchscreen to use as a scribble pad or presentation device.
three quarters of an inch of paper from the end of each wing.
DEATH ADDER Unlike other elapids, this stocky Australian snake has long-hinged fangs that fold back
against the roof of the mouth within a sheath of skin.
The blades have boon designed to cam forward into their cutting position, eliminating the arrow deflection of angled hits often associated with expandable-style broadheads that fold back
into their cutting position.
Indelible Blue first defected from the all-IBM fold back
in February 1999, when it began offering its Atlas workstations pre-loaded with Linux (CI No 3,595).
The arm can fold back
on itself at the middle joint, letting the operator reach into the mold's cavity and around and under the various components.