bottom arm

bottom arm

The arm mechanism which is attached to the bottom rail of a door, connecting it to the spindle of a floor closer or pivot.
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Lie him on his side with the top arm and leg bent forward, and the bottom arm and leg straight and slightly behind the body.
For the bottom arm, vertex (n/2) + 1 will change from state 1 to state 0 because [sigma](x[[v.
For the bottom arm, the [eta] vertices (labels (n/2) + 1 through n - [eta]) remain in state 0.
The bottom arm of the Y carries one decoy and the anchor attachment, and the trailing arms carry the two additional silhouette decoys.
When you do cruise devant, you place the bottom arm a little lower.
He said: "We clipped the bank and the impact snapped the steering arm and bent the bottom arm too severely for us to carry on.
Lay them in the recovery position - on their side with the top arm and leg bent forward and the bottom arm and leg straight and slightly behind the body.
The team have to change the dampers, bottom arms, toe links, uprights, driveshafts, brake discs and pads, front and rear anti-roll bars, roll centre position, wheels and tyres.
He said: "The car performed well, 586 Sport have done a great job on the new transmission bottom arms.
Rather than instruct servers to go out and sell the Margarita of the day, Rock Bottom arms its servers with questions and other conversational openers that will help them discover the customer's preferences.