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retractable

One that can be retracted or withdrawn into an aircraft. Mainly, it refers to undercarriages, flaps, airbrakes, hooks, spoilers, slats, gun turrets, etc.
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Multi-panel retractable skylights can accommodate lengths on slope up to 15'; each bay should be designed at a maximum of 5' x 7'.
Lastly, an extendable and retractable bumper will add some points for appearance.
The engineering team apparently had the final say in whether to use a retractable hardtop or a traditional soft top.
The retractable roof will measure 77 x 418m, with a fixed glass half dome at each end projecting about 47m from each end of the skylight, resulting in an overall length of about 512m, the firm explains.
The retractable roof at Deira Mall will be 77 m x 418 m with a fixed glass half dome at each end projecting about 47 m from each end of the skylight, resulting in an overall length of about 512 m.
According to the agreement, Open Aire will design and install a retractable skylight roof for the mall that is being built by United Engineering Construction (Unec).
The owner wishes to build a retractable cover to this terrace.
Medical products company Retractable Technologies Inc (NYSE American:RVP) disclosed on Thursday its operating loss of USD60,226 for the three months ended 30 September 2018.
Ello Pet Supply (https://ellowholesalepet.com/) will be offering retail partners Alcott products from PAW (https://www.petadventuresworldwide.com/), including Adventure retractable leashes, Expedition retractable leashes, Adventure collars, Visibility collars, treat bags and car safety belts.
A former accountant's office next door will be transformed into The Glasshouse, a smart bar with an all-glass extension and retractable roof.
Some dog events prohibit retractable leashes on the grounds.