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Axis: A straight line, real or imaginary, passing through a body, onwhich it revolves, or may be supposed to revolve a line passingthrough a body or system around which t
Axle
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Axle: The pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolveswith a wheel. A transverse bar or shaft connecting the opposite wheels of a caror carriage an axletre
Axled
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Axled: The part of the framing of a railway car or truck, by which anaxle box is held laterally, and in which it may move vertically also called a jaw in the United State
Aye-aye
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Aye-aye: A singular nocturnal quadruped, allied to the lemurs, found inMadagascar (Cheiromys Madagascariensis), remarkable for its longfingers, sharp nails, and rodent-li
B.h.p.
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B.h.p.: Effective horsepower that is available for driving machinery (Mechanics)
Back up light
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Back up light: White light at the back of a car that lights when the car is backing up or is in reverse, reversing light
Bait car
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Bait car: Car which the police places as bait and uses it in order to allure and tempt car thieves into stealing it
Banger
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Banger: Person who bangs thing that bangs (British Slang) firecracker old car (British Slang) sausage (British Slang)
Bascule
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Bascule: In mechanics an apparatus on the principle of the seesaw, inwhich one end rises as the other falls. Bascule bridge, acounterpoise or balanced drawbridge, which i
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