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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One that can be retracted or withdrawn into an aircraft.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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Lot 3 automatic and retractable bollards, about 191 facilities (not comprehensive figures)
The open top version of the vehicle is likely to use a retractable cloth top, similar to the design seen on the Fiat 500C.
The cost of retractable seating could be around pounds 10million.
He has written to council leader Mike Whitby urging that the authority use its leverage through the loan to have retractable lights installed.
The Mazda Roadster Power Retractable Hard Top provides both a high level of comfort for an open-top sports car and the traditional Roadster"Jinba Ittai" ("Rider and horse as one") driving pleasure at the same time.
has introduced Colorific retractable markers that do not need caps and Colorific metallic markers with shimmer available in both double-ended and thin-line varieties.
NEWHALL - Delighting the crowd, a square metal box on wheels buzzed through an indoor arena and swept up plastic boxes with a pair of pneumatic-powered, retractable arms.
DeRoyal has added seven totally retractable, color-coded, disposable safety scalpels and a safety blade remover for blades with reusable metal handles to its family of sharps safety products.
The 660cc Daihatsu Copen convertible, is a mere 470 cm long, but still manages to pack in a Mercedes-style, retractable, folding, hard roof which operates at the flick of a switch.
The jaws of this retractable jaw chuck extend and retract to enable the turning of shafts in a single operation and also compensate for part irregularities.
Ennova Direct Licenses its Retractable USB Flash Drive Patent US 6,979,210
The board of directors of Retractable Technologies (NYSE MKT:RVP) on Thursday declared dividends of USD12,312.