lower pair

lower pair

[′lō·ər ′pər]
(mechanical engineering)
A link in a mechanism in which the mating parts have surface (instead of line or point) contact.
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This has created a sizeable distance between the lower pair of screws and the higher one.
2) Number of petiole glands, 1 = mostly solitary and at or just below the lower pair of pinna, 2 = 3-6 present along the petiole.
The wall must be built stretcherbond fashion - with each bond in a layer between a lower pair - to the full height of the wall.
All newly planted clematis should be pruned to a lower pair of healthy buds, to give the plants a chance to grow vigorously and produce more flowers at the base.
All newly-planted clematis should be pruned to a lower pair of healthy buds, to give the plants a chance to grow vigorously and produce more flowers at the base.
The lower pair of curves is the left and right speakers separately.
The lower pair is rotated out of line 45[degrees] relative to the upper one.
Estimates range from PS700 for the brooch to PS3,000 for the lower pair of earrings.
The chances of the lower pair winning the second time when these same two hands happen to go against each other is about three per cent.
1H, G) short, narrowed into two pairs of lobes, the upper pair apically rounded, divided by a V-shaped median notch, the lower pair terminating into truncated tip (Fig.
The lower pair will fly in formation side by side, about 150 km (10 seconds) apart at the equator and at an initial altitude of 460 km, while the upper satellite will rise to a higher orbit, at 530 km.
For example, if you have pocket Aces against a lower pair or suited connectors then by getting two of your opponents to fold pre-flop with a raise, your chances of winning the hand go up from even money to around an 80 per cent favourite.