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caster

[′kas·tər]
(engineering)
The inclination of the kingpin or its equivalent in automotive steering, which is positive if the kingpin inclines forward, negative if it inclines backward, and zero if it is vertical as viewed along the axis of the front wheels.
A wheel which is free to swivel about an axis at right angles to the axis of the wheel, used to support trucks, machinery, or furniture.
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Ziva swoops down at nearly 100 mph and at the last second Caster pulls the bait away, seding her falcon to turn and circle the crowd, readying another attack.
The caster makes sections of special bar quality steel that measure up to 18 inches x 24 inches, referred to as "jumbo blooms," which are later rolled into bars and tubes.
For heavier-duty shelving, like that shown here, the most practical way to add casters is to mount them to a 3/4-in, plywood platform using carriage bolts.
Optional - sprinkle with a little caster sugar to finish.
The company has been built through hard work over two decades and Caster Concepts will continue to develop the business and take it to new successes, Larson stated.
The company began by importing and selling new and used casters and chair wheels made in Japan in 1980, and later on ventured into manufacturing such products by itself.
When all the pancakes are in the baking dish, brush them with melted butter and sprinkle the remaining 25g caster sugar over them.
En agosto de 2009, Caster Semenya gano medalla de oro en la prueba de los 800 metros en el Campeonato Mundial de Atletismo e impuso nuevo record al cronometrar 1 minuto 55 segundos y 45 centesimas.
But the IAAF said it's fine for Caster to compete and the rest of the girls should go on with that.
but the IAAF are there for the interests of Caster and rest of the athletes.
If it is established that Caster has male chromosomes, wouldn't this then explain why she outran her competing female athletes?
Because Caster has been found to be innocent of any wrong, she will then retain her gold medal, retain her title of 800m world champion, retain her prize money," South Africa's Department of Sport and Recreation said in a statement.