8): carrier dog (6); knurled dead center
(7); driving plate or driving pins (8); chuck with two self-adjusting jaws (9); chuck with three self-adjusting jaws (10).
In "Century Dead Center
," a series of thirty prose poems, the presence of the Holocaust permeates all the scenes, whether they be of a "Proud Papa in Brown Shirt holding the Infant Christa" or of the bibliophile whose seemingly clean fingers stain his keyboard red after he peruses Century of Dishonor in a local bookstore.
Here the exhaust valve remains closed until the piston travels to bottom dead center
To establish some velocity parameters with Blackhorn 209 in the Strike, I selected Precision Rifle's 260-grain Dead Center
sabots, only because I had a lot on hand.
The sole purpose of the impulse, when properly engaged, is to keep the mag momentarily from rotating and firing the spark plug until the piston is a few degrees past dead center
The Ikona tooth form is a patented non-involute profile consisting of a specifically matched external and internal tooth pair that provide maximum performance in the smallest size possible with no contact at top dead center
Many great moments in American art have taken us into the heat of competition; generally speaking, however, art that references the world of sports finds its niche at the dead center
of mainstream culture, churned out by schlock mills, marketed in "starving artist" sales at airport motels, or, worse yet, sold in "theme art" galleries that specialize in ripping off their clientele with dubious merchandise and hard sell about "investment potential.
nails had found its way dead center
into my fishing rod.
At the corner of 18th Street, it's the dead center
of Flatiron's Silicon Alley," Ellman says.
The Right has moved some crazy ideas from the fringe into the dead center
of political debate because of its willingness to hammer away year after year.
High Speed Of Response For Correct Stopping At Top Dead Center