throwout

throwout

[′thrō‚au̇t]
(mechanical engineering)
In automotive vehicles, the mechanism or assemblage of mechanisms by which the driven and driving plates of a clutch are separated.
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Fulham shotstopper Marcus Bettinelli nearly gifted Barnsley the lead after the half hour when his throwout went into the path of Harvey Barnes, but was able to save.
Culpable when his throwout intercepted by Januzaj and led to Welbeck's second.
taxpayers' central concern: that throwout (or port-day) rules have
2) The Throwout Rule increased the New Jersey apportionment percentage for multistate taxpayers by requiring the removal from the sales factor denominator of those sales sourced to a state in which the taxpayer was not filing a tax return.
The throwout rule was enacted in the Business Tax Reform Act of 2002, effective for privilege periods beginning on or after January 1, 2002.
But members of Denbighshire's planning committee have been advised to throwout the proposals on the grounds that they are "unacceptable" and "inaccessible.
When you've got a team that has made the Grand Final two years in a row and won the Challenge Cup three years in a row, you're not going to throwout what has been successful.
The Falkirk boss was so disgusted at Willie Collum's decision to throwout an appeal against Patrick Cregg's red card that he considered confronting Scottish football's top man.
Jake Moult chipped goalkeeper Chris Gemmell from 30 yards after a poor throwout from the custodian on 41 minutes and substitute Nelson Veiga tapped home a Chris Morris cross on 63 minutes.
Two HOLE THROWOUT - Gross: Robert Goetze 64, Jeff Yost 66.
LESS than two years ago, 92 per cent of the people of Canton voted to throwout the then council's Controlled Parking Zone proposals.
The dozer's clutch throwout bearing was replaced with one from a five-ton dump truck.