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reel

1
1. Angling a device for winding, casting, etc., consisting of a revolving spool with a handle, attached to a fishing rod
2. a roll of celluloid exhibiting a sequence of photographs to be projected

reel

2
1. any of various lively Scottish dances, such as the eightsome reel and foursome reel for a fixed number of couples who combine in square and circular formations
2. a piece of music having eight quavers to the bar composed for or in the rhythm of this dance

Reel

 

the working element of the harvesting part of many harvesting machines (harvesters, combines, and so on). The reel guides the stalks of the crop to the cutting device, holds the stalks while they are cut, and places the harvested crop on the conveyor.

reel

[rēl]
(design engineering)
A revolving spool-shaped device used for storage of hose, rope, cable, wire, magnetic tape, and so on.
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Reel on Hai recycles a common object like the cable reel which is a symbol of Karachi's industrial power and it's never ending expansion into an artwork.
She also briefed the audience on how the idea of turning cable reels into works of art began; the first reel art was done in Orangi Town because it was a microcosm of Karachi.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Karachi generously provided the space to install the Reel at the grounds of the St Patrick's Cathedral, a religious and architectural landmark of the city.
Automates the operation of the reel during riser deployment eliminating the need for an operator to control the reel.
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Owning one of his signature reels showed you were serious about the sport .
The reel saddles are naturally designed in such a way that they can securely accommodate different sized reels of all types of material and have been developed as a more sustainable, safe method of securing reels onto pallets for storage and distribution.
The Hannay production team generated about 3,600 reels a year from a new manufacturing facility in 1952.
The sheeting process starts with the positioning of the paper reel on the machine, to be unwound ready for slitting and cross-cutting.