floating head


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floating head

Etymology: AS, flotian, to float, heafod
unengaged fetal head. See also ballottement, engagement.
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By installing equipment such as floating head pressure controls, oversized condensers, and high efficiency compressors, food processors and manufacturers can help keep products and employees cool while lowering their energy bills.
FROM the phantom black dog of Cromer to a spectral floating head at Norwich Castle, the East of England has more than its fair share of 'things that go bump in the night'.
One of them contains former Oscar-nominee Jennifer Tilly as a disembodied floating head inside a crystal ball.
A preliminary analysis indicates that a savings of over 20% is to be expected at this facility through more efficient use of their compressors, floating head pressure and demand defrost controls that greatly reduce defrost actions in the cold Minnesota winters.
Ball, bizarrely, is not all there - all we see is his floating head on a TV screen, asking questions of two contestants.
However, the wrist strap and floating head seem to provide plenty of forgiveness to hide small form errors.
Other standard features include a drilling fluid flow indicator, drilling lights, and Power Vise breakout system, makeup torque limiter, stationary stakedown system, floating head design, and the option of steel or rubber tracks.
No, the real truth is some wizened old floating head with a long white beard drew a picture in the sand with his magic fingers and created man.
With its chunky wheels, swivel neck and floating head, it glides over carpets removing odours and the grease which traps dirt in the pile.
As well as offering a competitively priced bespoke system, we selected high quality components and built-in design Features such as reverse cycle defrost and floating head pressure control, to maximise efficiency and significantly reduce energy consumption.
Such corruption is criminal and to add fuel to this London-biased vernacular furnace, during the commercial breaks we then have the severed and floating head of Ray Winstone (how I wish) oozing exaggerated accent and elongated growling vowels in a mock villainous drawl extolling the virtues of on-line betting.