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axle

a bar or shaft on which a wheel, pair of wheels, or other rotating member revolves

axle

[′ak·səl]
(mechanical engineering)
A supporting member that carries a wheel and either rotates with the wheel to transmit mechanical power to or from it, or allows the wheel to rotate freely on it.

AXLE

An early string processing language. Program consists of an assertion table which specifies patterns, and an imperative table which specifies replacements. "AXLE: An Axiomatic Language for String Transformations", K. Cohen et al, CACM 8(11):657-661 (Nov 1965).
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