field pole

field pole

[′fēld ‚pōl]
(electromagnetism)
A structure of magnetic material on which a field coil of a loudspeaker, motor, generator, or other electromagnetic device may be mounted.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Towns fell behind in the count 0-2 to Evansville closer Mitch Aker before battling back to even things and then tucking a 2-2 pitch inside the left field pole for a walk-off homer, just the third in team history.
TRACK & FIELD POLE vaulter Sally Peake kicked off her outdoor season with a comfortable victory at the Loughborough International Athletics meeting.
Smith made it interesting, belting a sure home run just foul of the left field pole.
He was named national prep pole vault coach of the year earlier this month by the USA Track and Field pole vault development committee.
TRACK & FIELD POLE vaulter Sally Peake says she is in the 'perfect place' heading into this month's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after successfully defending her British title last weekend, writes Dave Powell.
"I was a little undecided after high school," said Skipper, who won the USA Junior Outdoor Track & Field pole vault title last June with a jump of 18- 1/2 .
Oregon senior Niki McEwen set the school indoor pole vault record and matched the overall school record during Saturday's USA Track and Field Pole Vault Summit in Reno, Nev.