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pinion

1
1. Chiefly poetic a bird's wing
2. the part of a bird's wing including the flight feathers

pinion

2
a cogwheel that engages with a larger wheel or rack, which it drives or by which it is driven

pinion

[′pin·yən]
(mechanical engineering)
The smaller of a pair of gear wheels or the smallest wheel of a gear train.
(vertebrate zoology)
The distal portion of a bird's wing.
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A] is so dimensioned as to provide for the permanent clearance compensation, whatever the instantaneous value of the moment reduced to the pinion level.
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The first summation in equation 1-6 is composed of vibration components from both the pinion and the gear.
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Additionally, the oscillating pinion enables chronographs to start in less than 2/1000th of a second.
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Additionally, the two-cut manufacturing process permits tighter backlash specifications between the gear and the pinion.
The through-hole in the pinion can be used to carry a myriad of items such as signal and power wiring, water lines, or even piston rods through the center.
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A new five hole core program has been designed to find the continuation of the high grade lower breccia zone at North Bullion while RC drilling continues at the Pinion and Dark Star shallow, oxide gold deposits to the south, as announced on July 28, 2015.
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