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Ground crew
Ground crew: Group of people that condition and maintain aircraft (mechanics, etc.)
Guide: A person who leads or directs another in his way or course, as in a strange land one who exhibits points of interest to strangers a conductor also, that which guid
Gunpowder: A black, granular, explosive substance, consisting of an intimate mechanical mixture of niter, charcoal, and sulphur. It is used in gunnery and blasting. Note:
Gunters line
Gunters line: A logarithmic line on Gunters scale, used for performing the multiplication and division of numbers mechanically by the dividers called also line of lines,
Hair curler
Hair curler: Mechanical apparatus that comprises of a cylindrical tube on which the hair is rolled in order to curl it curler, small cylindrical tube on which the hair i
Hammer-beam: An interrupter in which contact is broken by the movement of an automatically vibrating hammer between a contact piece and an electromagnet, or of a rapidly
Handcar: Small hand-operated railroad car used to check railroad tracks
Handshaker: Person who is or must be grandiosely and publicly friendly (example: politicians) car having a manual transmission
Handwheel: Any wheel worked by hand esp., one the rim of which serves as the handle by which a valve, car brake, or other part is adjusted.
Hayakawa: Japanese family name Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa (1906-1992), Canadian born U.S. semanticist and politician who served as a senator from California (1977-1983) Toku
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