Phillips head


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Phillips head

phillips head shown with a Phillips head driver
A screw having a special head with crossed slots which are perpendicular to each other.
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Not enough downward pressure and the bit could slip off the head, especially if you're using Phillips head screws.
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Four minutes later, defender Mark Phillips headed a left-wing corner from Ryan Hall past Robert Olejnik.
Rhos had their attacking moments, Josh Russell failing to make the most of a glorious opportunity while Waynne Phillips headed against the post from point blank range.
Before the break, a wayward Lambs backpass and Atkins' clearance almost let Bath in, but Lee Phillips headed the resultant cross past the post and chances were again at a premium in the second period.
Birmingham enjoyed the better of the game and came closest just after the hour when Kevin Phillips headed straight at Preston keeper Andy Lonergan from six yards.
City hit back through Micah Richards just three minutes later before Phillips headed home at close range from Whittingham's perfectly-flighted 33rd-minute free kick.
The compact, convenient system contains bits for two Phillips heads, two slotted heads, one square head, and one T15 Torx head.
ZARA PHILLIPS heads a line-up of ten personalities from the racing world taking part in a charity race in aid of the Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre at Plumpton today.
Armed with a degree from Virginia Tech Phillips headed West when open Martin Marretta made human offer in 1981 to work on the shuttle project.
But it was all for naught as Matt Phillips headed the equaliser and Leroy Fer smashed home the winner to bag all three points for Chris Ramsey's already-relegated side.
MIKE PHILLIPS headed home from South Africa yesterday having established himself as Europe's top scrum-half, and admitting: "I've had the time of my life."