running fit

running fit

[′rən·iŋ ¦fit]
(design engineering)
The intentional difference in dimensions of mating mechanical parts that permits them to move relative to each other.
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Blue Mile, Boulder Running Company, Roncker's Running Spot, Running Fit, VA Runner, Capital RunWalk, Richmond RoadRunner, Garry Gribble's Running Sports, Run Colorado, Raleigh Running Outfitters, Striders, Indiana Running Company and JackRabbit Sports banners.
I was saying to the bowling coach, Alan Walker, I can be running fit and as fit as you want but when it comes to bowling overs and putting that effort in it takes a couple of overs to get up to speed, "I think I needed those first two games to get that rhythm I needed.
Running fit the bill, and proved somewhat addictive.
For example, "vertical" flash is usually the result of an excess of plastic between a core and a sleeve or any tooling where clearance is determined by a running fit.
For Trail Run information please contact Running Fit at either of their Traverse City locations: 231-932-5401 or 231-933-9242.
We hope to see Adam up and running fit before not too long - derynglas
Nick Dorey, chairman of the Society of Headmasters and Headmistresses of Independent Schools, said: "I doubt that there is a single independent school in the country that isn't thinking very seriously about what might happen in the future, to ensure that they are running fit to cope with anything that might come.
Nick Dorey, chairman of the Society of Headmasters and Headmistresses of Independent Schools (SHMIS), said: "I doubt that there is a single independent school in the country that isn't thinking very seriously about what might happen in the future, to ensure that they are running fit to cope with anything that might come.
I ride nearly every day so I'm horse fit, not running fit, and the two are very different.
Where, you wonder, does running fit into a crowded life?
He gave the example of a running overweight person compared to a running fit person.
The San Diego grocer likes Baffert's knack for running fit horses in races they can win.