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retractable

One that can be retracted or withdrawn into an aircraft. Mainly, it refers to undercarriages, flaps, airbrakes, hooks, spoilers, slats, gun turrets, etc.
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West Ham did consider retractable seating after they beat Tottenham back in February to be named as the preferred bidders to take over the stadium and sources say the idea is figuring strongly in their plans for a new bid - especially now conversion costs would be covered from the public purse.
With the Power Retractable Hard Top model, the driver and the vehicle can interact with each other as if having a conversation.
AMAZING': The Daihatsu Copen has a retractable folding hard roof which operates at the flick of a switch
today announced a long-term patent license agreement that grants Zamzee rights to practice Ennova Direct's patented Retractable USB Flash Drive, Patent No.
recently introduced their latest skylight innovation, a multi-panel retractable skylight.
The Jets are putting up $800 million, with up to $600 million being contributed by the City and State for those components that will make the Center a year-round facility--including the base platform needed to cover the rail yards and the retractable roof.
And this is the company that actually manufactures the roof systems for not only those cars, but for various others, be they retractable hardtops (e.
is adding neon gel ink colors to its successful Exceed Retractable Gel Ink product line.
Other features include retractable positioning pad buttons--which virtually eliminate scratches on the underside of the work--and a patented retractable die function that offers very high die-to-stripper clearance (0.
Machines in this class also feature one of two basic tiebar configurations: Either they have retractable tie rods that ride with the moving platen, or the machines support the tiebars solely in the stationary platen.