lawnmower


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lawnmower

[′lȯn‚mō·ər]
(electronics)
Type of radio-frequency preamplifier used with radar receivers.
(engineering)
A helix-type recorder mechanism.
(mechanical engineering)
A machine for cutting grass on lawns.
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"We have one petrol lawnmower and volunteers cut it.
When they heard ringing from the shed, the police broke in and found the body with cord from a lawnmower wrapped around her neck.
Over the course of two days, hungry customers turned up at the shop with a mattress, a lawnmower, a hoover, a tinsel laden Christmas tree, musical instruments, Motherwell Football Club memorabilia and skiing equipment.
Lawnmower injuries persists at a rate of close to 6,400 a year, most of them requiring surgery and hospitalization, and costing an average of $37,000 per patient.
This, the researchers say, suggests that young children are more likely to get injured by running into the yard while a family member operates the lawnmower or by getting their foot trapped in the machine while sitting in the operating member's lap, and that the majority of teens and adults sustain injuries from sticking their hands into the mower to clear debris.
Other lawnmower models from the company are used at Matsumotodaira Park Stadium Alwin, the home stadium of Matsumoto Yamaga FC, and Nagano U Stadium, where AC Nagano Parceiro is based.
The outdoor power product manufacturer Husqvarna Group has identified that annually, the second Sunday in April is the most popular day for homeowners to dig the lawnmower out for the first time and get their gardens ready for the warmer weather ahead.
The family of a student killed by a stray lawnmower blade last month has received RM5,500 as compensation, Parliament was told today.
The statistic of 69 lawnmower deaths a year was named International Statistic of the Year for 2017 by the UK's Royal Society of Statistics.