ring head

ring head

[′riŋ ‚hed]
(electronics)
A recording and playback head in a magnetic recording system which has the form of a ring with a gap at one point, and on which the coils are wound.
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Taken from the house in Ucheldre Avenue were a 9ct gold bracelet; a gold ring with three lines of gold dots on the ring head and an 18" gold chain with square links.
The manager called police, who asked her to ring head office about the couple's cash.
FPME Booth 6500, WWFE Booth 54827--The Model CC Slicer with a new Double Ring Head design features locking or non-locking base rings and offers either single or double adjustments.
The improved design of the Double Ring Heads featuring either single or double adjustments increases slice accuracy over time, when compared to the original single ring head design, and reduces downtime associated with routine knife replacement and knife alignment.
MY overwhelming experience of betting shops, gleaned from years of research all round the country, is that their staff tend to be almost normal human beings who always ring head office when you want a decent bet but are otherwise sound enough.
Drome Couture just as helpful, but staff at Vivienne Westwood say I'll have to ring head office first to get permission.
Companies which can help can ring head Gordon Payne on 024 7666 1416.
If you wanted pounds 50,000 on England to win the World Cup, in a shop the cashier would ring head office, and, with a nudge to Hills' publicity machine, they would accept part, if not all of the bet.