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Botany designating a corolla the united petals of which radiate from a central point like the spokes of a wheel

rotate

[′rō‚tāt]
(botany)
Of a sympetalous corolla, having a short tube and petals radiating like the spokes of a wheel.
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It's a buzzword," according to Sano's technical sales manager, Rick Knittel, who adds that the company generally favors a rotating die as an alternative, and will supply an enclosure to protect the bubble from ambient drafts.
This patent significantly enhances our competitive position in the insulin pump disposables market, and we believe that the rotating hub connection will improve the pump wearing experience by introducing a new level of flexibility and freedom of movement," said Bill Arthur, SpectRx, Inc.
The right field scoreboard will be upgraded with three new electronic displays and new rotating and static advertising panels.
Using Hubble's faint-object spectrograph, the astronomers measured the speeds of hydrogen and oxygen ions on opposite sides of the rotating disk.
Such motion, which can create beams of X-rays and radio waves, may help explain light emissions from rotating stars that have large magnetic fields, says K.
The custom-made devices - a rotating surgical table and special vests the boys wore to help prevent tissue damage prior to surgery - were designed and manufactured at KCI's facilities in San Antonio.
Nance grasping his handgun right-handed, his slide with his left hand and then rotating it far enough to the right as described in his article to do him any good.
We learned spine variations, shaft concentricity and component variations all contributed to why rotating the nock had an effect.
By rotating the tooling in relation to the material flow, a rotary head increases the wall strength of the extrudate, allowing a thinner wall with less material.
In a study in the current issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, researchers found that women working rotating night shifts for five or more years appeared to have a modest increase in all-cause and CVD mortality and those working 15 or more years of rotating night shift work appeared to have a modest increase in lung cancer mortality.
The Dok-Lok RHR-4000 rotating hook vehicle restraint secures a trailer to the dock to prevent separation during loading or unloading for safety.