back check

back check

[′bak ‚chek]
(design engineering)
In a hydraulic door closer, a mechanism that slows the speed with which a door may be opened.

back check

In a hydraulic door closer, 1 a mechanism which slows the speed with which a door may be opened.
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We need them to go on the ice dish out some hits, back check and fore check.
THIS FOUR-COLOR POSTCARD does a good job of introducing Synovus' "Cash Back Check Card" and its consumer benefits.
Game 3 was only 35 seconds old when Steve Yzerman broke into the Capitals zone, fought off a back check by Esa Tikkanen and got off a shot while crashing into Kolzig.
The scanner captures all the information necessary for account reconciliation and electronic deposit - front and back check image, MICR (magnetic ink character recognition), OCR (optical character recognition).
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Last month, Quicken Picks customers received an average cash back check of nearly $50.
Since 2007, only after a Notice of Disagreement (NOD) is filed on any disability issue can an attorney receive a fee at the administrative level based upon a percentage of the back check due the veteran.
SAS' integrated solution will allow Sport Chalet to back check assortments against financial goals and develop inventory plans.
Many competitive companies include a back check valve in their sets that has to be attached to the set after the set has been primed with fluid.
With the scanner and software, Brady was able to capture front and back check images, along with MICR information.
Customers will be able to capture front and back check images, along with MICR information.