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Bedplate
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Bedplate: Baseplate, sheet of metal used as a foundation (Mechanics)
Belt line
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Belt line: Transportation system that partly or fully surrounds a city or port or terminal (Automotive) horizontal line that divides the upper and lower sections of a ca
Bhp
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Bhp: B.h.p., effective horsepower that is available for driving machinery (Mechanics)
Binding point
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Binding point: Place where electrical or mechanical components are connected
Biomechanics
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Biomechanics: Use of the laws of mechanics in researching movement in organisms
Blamed
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Blamed: (term used as an intensive) confounded damned darned (e.g. "She called me a blamed fool" "The blamed darned car would not start")
Blowdown
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Blowdown: Method for measuring compression in an engine (in order to diagnose malfunctions) tree that has been knocked down by strong winds
Body shell
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Body shell: Outer bare skeleton of a cars body (excluding doors, hood, trunk lid, window glass, inner furnishings and all mechanical parts)
Body shop
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Body shop: Car garage where repair work on the body a vehicles is carried out, workshop for repairing the body of vehicles
Bodyshell
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Bodyshell: Outer bare skeleton of a cars body (excluding doors, hood, trunk lid, window glass, inner furnishings and all mechanical parts)
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