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power stroke

a working movement of a dental scaling instrument, used for splitting or dislodging calculus from the surface of a tooth or tooth root.

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n a major deoxyribonucleic acid virus family, to which the smallpox and vaccinia viruses belong. Viruses have a double-stranded, linear molecular structure with complex symmetry.
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The LCF is a global endeavor, in that the cab, according to Ford's Frank Davis, vehicle program director for Trucks and Commercial Vehicles, was engineered by Mazda, the TorqShift five-speed automatic transmission is from Ford, there is an International Power Stroke 4.
The little gulp constitutes the power stroke of the nanoengine, and on this scale it's a mighty one, notes Regan.
On the light truck side, dieselization built slowly in the over 8,500 pound market segments, Ford's Power Stroke program with International's 6.
a], of the limb perpendicular to the body axis at the 90 [degrees] position during the power stroke and the recovery stroke and computed the ratio of the two areas.
The power stroke is positive work, or the energy that is produced by the expanding gases to create mechanical work.
This keeps the power stroke in the shooter's core strength range when cocking the 185-pound draw weight (reduced to 92.
7-liter Power Stroke turbo diesel V8 now delivers a best-in-class combination of 440 horsepower and a staggering 925 lb.
These caudofemoralis muscles provide the power stroke allowing fast forward movement.
It is fully contained with no fluid reservoirs or hydraulic lines and features rapid advance with automatic power stroke.
These two new additions to the Garrett PowerMax lineup join Honeywell's existing turbo upgrade for Ford's Power Stroke diesel.