blow back

blow back

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Side view of blowback due to change in wind from the front.
The movement of rotor blades away from the relative wind without any control input. Also called flap back or flapback.
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The whistler saw keeper Darren Jamieson's kick-out blow back over his head for a Blues corner and enough was enough.
model also comes standard with a duct work package as well as an air vibrator on the discharge hopper into the blow back pod.
The decision has been taken after blow back from the provinces especially Sindh, which had strong reservations on the would-be decision of the government to make public the census results without third party validation of five percent census blocks.
One woman spent eight hours sweeping the hairy panic from her home only for it to blow back in the following day.
Chris's success was aided by his blow back rig baited with Sticky Baits 15mm Krill bollies.
The island was dealt a devastating blow back in 2009 when the Anglesey Aluminium smelter was closed down, making more than 400 workers redundant.
A CHUM spotted a poster on Wakefield Westgate railway station for a book called Blow Back by Peter May.
To support Zarb-e-Azb and control blow back in major cities, security forces had launched Intelligence Based Operations (IBOs) across the country.
Many shooters react to the mention of straight-pull bolt action rifles by suggesting anybody who fires one risks their life, since the bolt can blow back out of the action.
"I started thinking, 'What happens if I put a blade on the end so that the snow wouldn't blow back towards me [but instead] would blow away from me and move the snow?'"
But in the meeting with newspaper editors, Sissi appeared to regret the blow back from the trial, whereas he had previously declined to comment on court rulings.
QUETTA -- Pakistan Army and Balochistan government have evolved strategy in the wake of likely threats and blow back of the Zarb-e-Azb operation in South Waziristan.