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bolt

1. an arrow, esp for a crossbow
2. Mechanical engineering short for expansion bolt

Bolt

Robert (Oxton). 1924--95, British playwright. His plays include A Man for All Seasons (1960) and he also wrote a number of screenplays

Bolt

A rod or pin, with a permanent head on one end, that holds parts of a building or structure together.

bolt

[bōlt]
(design engineering)
A rod, usually of metal, with a square, round, or hexagonal head at one end and a screw thread on the other, used to fasten objects together.
(forestry)
A short section of tree trunk.
(materials)
In veneer production, a short log of a length suitable for peeling on a lathe.
(mining engineering)
(ordnance)
The sliding part in a breechloading weapon that pushes a cartridge into position and holds it there as the gun is fired.
(textiles)
The entire length of cloth from a loom.

bolt

bolts, 1
1. A metallic pin or rod having a head at one end and an external thread on the other for screwing up a nut; used for holding members or parts of members together.
2. A short section cut from a tree trunk.
3. A short log from which veneer is peeled.
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Third, to really shake your faith in the firmness of bolt lock up, you'll need an AR barrel unattached to an upper receiver.
Jesse Owens was the most important, Carl Lewis made sprinting profitable, but Bolt is the GOAT (greatest of all time).
Not coincidentally, GM is expected to launch a national marketing campaign for the Bolt later in the summer, just as those Bolts are arriving at dealerships.
These forces are the loads for this bolt array and must be compensated by the bending stiffness of the bolts and friction at the interface.
Those two above mentioned formulations given in Table 1 are valid only when early splitting of timber or row shear and group-tear-out of a line of fasteners is prevented by providing sufficient end distance and bolt spacing (see Fig.
When you watch Bolt, just focus your eyes and ensure you don't end up straining your neck muscles.
Bolt is a supplier of marine seismic energy sources and replacement parts, develops and manufactures underwater cables and connectors, related electronic controllers, monitoring systems, other auxiliary equipment besides designing and manufacturing miniature underwater remotely operated vehicles as well.
Three previous convictions and a total of 10 years spent in prison didn't deter Bolt from using phony documents, forged signatures, fake notary seals and fictitious people to steal unclaimed assets being held by the states of California and Nevada.
So it seemed apt last night's race was a head-to-head between Bolt - saviour of the sport - and two-time former doper Gatlin.
Micromax is also offering Bolt A27, featuring dual-SIM, Android 2.
I'm sure there are many shooters who can operate a bolt faster than I can.
Men's 100m gold medal winner: 4/6 Usain Bolt, 6/4 Yohan Blake, 10/1 Tyson Gay, 20/1 Justin Gatlin, 33/1 Asafa Powell, 50/1 Keston Bledman, Richard Thompson, Ryan Bailey; 150/1 Dwain Chambers.