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gauge

(gāj), Avoid the misspelling guage.
A measuring device.

gauge

[gāj]
Etymology: ME
an instrument for determining physical properties of anything, including caliber, dimensions, or pressure.

gauge

(gāj)
1. A measuring device indicating amount, size, or power of a given object.
2. Process or act of measurement.

gauge

(gāj) Avoid the misspelling guage.
A measuring device.
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Another issue is related to vacuum gauge calibration necessity and frequency.
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The new mounting bracket for these gauges has a denser, thicker insulator that will help prevent the bushings from being crushed.
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If the gauge is remote from the operator, a larger dial is necessary.
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If your headspace and timing gauge is in bad shape, tell your armorer you need a new one.