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cranking

Turning the engine with external power. This is normally to clear the engine before starting.
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8220;This medical supplies management and ordering system will revolutionize the medical supplies industry,” says Theo Antoniou, President of Cranking Software.
Research regarding arm cranking and hand cycling is often limited to studies evaluating the physiological responses [5-11].
Cold cranking amps (CCA) is the amount of current a battery can provide at 0AF (-18AC).
Any time you feel the cab start to bounce, immediately stop cranking.
It's not an energy deficit we're dealing with--it's a cranking deficit.
Because of the fast tempo, the QASO did not wait for me to get a firm hold on the wing crank before he started cranking the wing down.
The kinetic energy of the cranking motion is converted into electricity.
Cranking the handwheel during TRAKing runs the X, Y, and Z axes as programmed.
Another addition is a tensioning damper that must work whether the unit is cranking the engine or generating power.