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overarm

[′ō·vər‚ärm]
(mechanical engineering)
One of the adjustable supports for the end of a milling-cutter arbor farthest from the machine spindle.
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The supplemental perch described here may offer an important alternative risk mitigation strategy for configurations where insulation or isolation are precluded by engineering concerns; for example, on overarm switches, and where limited budgets preclude replacing overarm switches with more raptor-friendly underarm switches.
"I did not use underhand - or even overarm - tactics to lift the Golden Boot for a third time this year," Mick told the Sunday Mercury.
We went through a number of different overarm and underarm cutting techniques, based on animal and machinery shapes such as the eber (boar) or the plough.
"Although you're not able to do the leg movements, you do the upper body movements like breaststroke, overarm and backstroke.
Effect of specific resistance training on overarm throwing performance.
The proceeding of pipe shaping by cold rolling used a roller shaped-1 in Vee at 115[degrees] is locking in device-2, which is mounted in the head of holder of shaping machine, the roller been acting by a "go-back" motion of overarm on outside face of pipe, which have a shoe support shaped in corresponding with the roll in Vee at 115[degrees], getting inside of cylindrical hole, the pipe supported on semicircular slot inside of lock support on the table machining.
Tendulkar stood just six feet away from Tiwary and threw under- arm deliveries at the batsman, before moving further and further away and bowling overarm, with Tiwary promptly depositing the deliveries in the direction of deep mid- wicket.
Then your magazine arrived and the article about Mike Marshall contains stop action footage showing exactly the straight, overarm action used for many years in easy cricket ball and hand grenade deliveries.
Pilot of draft Implemented four lessons (2 sprint run, 2 physical activity overarm throw).
Two straight lefts set up a big overarm right by Khan but again his urgency was met with sturdy resistance by Kristjansen, who again replied with right which landed flush but failed to worry the favourite.
* The lead stroke of the "v" curving downward toward the line from a great height like an overarm throw; see San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 932, fol.