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overarm

[′ō·vər‚ärm]
(mechanical engineering)
One of the adjustable supports for the end of a milling-cutter arbor farthest from the machine spindle.
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Effect of different training programs on the velocity of overarm throwing: a brief review.
Two straight lefts set up a big overarm right by Khan but again his urgency was met with sturdy resistance by Kristjansen, who again replied with right which landed flush but failed to worry the favourite.
The lead stroke of the "v" curving downward toward the line from a great height like an overarm throw; see San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 932, fol.
Biomechanics of overarm throwing movements and of throwing injuries.
Atwater's (1) study of overarm throwing used motion analysis to investigate the kinematics of throwing and mechanisms of throwing injuries.
Judge Richard Cole was shown a video of fighting between rival fans inside the Sky Blues' ground at Highfield Road which showed Conroy throwing a single overarm punch.
A study of old videos shows that after the most sensational of all Nationals, when Devon Loch belly-flopped with the race at his mercy, all we got from the always exuberant Dave Dick was an overarm swing to slap the fortunate E.
Trudgen, an English amateur who in 1868 demonstrated a swimming stroke in which a double overarm motion and scissor kick are used.
Jones proved to be a good student, and his curveball eventually became his "go-to" pitch and one he could throw both sidearm or overarm.
Although I was struggling to wedge my feet securely in the crooked branches that passed for a stirrup, Tched hit overarm strokes with a stick at Charlie's mighty buttocks until he broke into a shambling run.
In a story in The Quantity Theory of Insanity, he writes, "Jane Bowen extended her hand with an overarm gesture that told me she couldn't have cared less about me, or my antecedents.