test club

test club

test club
A wide-blade, short-diameter propeller used for applying a specific load to an engine on a test stand for its initial run-in.
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The game's governing body also expanded the Test club, accommodating Ireland and Afghanistan as full members.
For the first dish we tried, we had to break one of the first rules of taste test club - share a starter.
The 6ft 4in Lafferty soared above the Welsh back four, but his weak, glancing header failed to test club teammate Coyne.
They also belong to several local and regional hunt test clubs, and to the Apricot Red Poodle Club.
Tusano is a project working with six post test clubs for those infected and affected by HIV and Aids in five regions of Namibia: Windhoek, Rundu, Katima Mulilo, Walvis Bay and Oshakati.
The mechanical advantages of Moe Norman's swing should be obvious to anyone who watches Iron Byron, the golf ball-driving robot used to test clubs and balls.
Liverpool was one of two test clubs used by the FA Premier League to argue their claim that pictures in the calendar represented unlawful interference with trade.
None of the six Test clubs have signed a staging agreement for future Test matches, starting with the four against New Zealand.
"I'm off to the States to test clubs next week, then I've got five weeks off in which I intend shedding a stone to get down under 15."
The machine, named "Iron Byron," is used to test clubs and balls and was designed to make the same swing (including swing speed, angle of impact, and other factors) time after time.
Whalen hasn't thrown the yardstick away, but now Fiddler's fitting tools also include test clubs wired to a computer and a "launch monitor" that measure the speed and angle of the clubhead as it approaches the ball, as well as the ball's trajectory and spin rate as it leaves the club face.
Liverpool were one of two test clubs used to argue the claim that pictures in the calendar represented unlawful interference with trade.