collar bearing

collar bearing

[′käl·ər ‚ber·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A bearing that resists the axial force of a collar on a rotating shaft.
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The law also states that every dog must wear a collar bearing its name and address, so there's no need for a compulsory microchip either.
Charlotte is an anthropologist first seen in Tunisia as she examines a skeleton, and discovers a collar bearing the symbol of the shadowy Dharma Initiative, who lived on the Lost island.
They even bought a new puppy before Netty was found in nearby Downderry, still wearing a collar bearing their address.
The ads draw on light humor: The print ads feature a dog wearing a collar bearing an e-mail address, a baby with a mobile comprised of computer circuit boards, a young man "playing" a computer onstage before an appreciate audience, and a woman with a tattoo of a laptop computer above her ankle.
Bessie was left tied to the sanctuary gates in 1987 with a note attached to her collar bearing her name.