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rotary

1. a part of a machine that rotates about an axis
2. US and Canadian another term for roundabout (for traffic)

rotary

[′rōd·ə·rē]
(mechanical engineering)
A rotary machine, such as a rotary printing press or a rotary well-drilling machine.
The turntable and its supporting and rotating assembly in a well-drilling machine.
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What is not well known is that Rotary and Rotarians have been instrumental in establishing institutions that are as strong today as when they were created decades ago.
As Rotarians explained, the goal of building the tanks was to provide Bunnamweri residents with protein they lack, as well as a new source of income.
The breadth and depth of this exposure and the insights he gained from Rotarians worldwide are the source material for his book.
special contributions made by the Rotarians toward the goal
At their April 1996 meeting, the trustees approved a regional and international award (decision 132) to recognize special contributions made by the Rotarians toward the goal of polio eradication.
Rotarians and Rotaracters who wish to explore the possibility of conducting further service projects in the DPRK may contact PSR Randal who maintains ongoing contact with Dr.
Mr Tadayon, along with members Renuka Ravindran and Dr Sarah Clarke, were backed by a committee of Rotarians who took three years to bring out the compilation.
A TEESSIDE Rotarian will be supporting National Immunisation Day later this month by travelling to the most at risk areas of India to immunise thousands of children against polio.
Goddard, who launched the world's first liquid-fuel rocket from Pakachoag Hill, was a Rotarian.
Rotarian Ken Holmes was Rotarian Ken Holmes was appointed vice president who will be supported by his wife, Jenny.
"I accept this award in full consciousness of its importance, as it is the highest recognition offered to a non Rotarian, bearing the name of its founder.