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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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Be mindful of leaning too far back in the power stroke or too far forward in the catch position.
For an additional feel of smoothness--at the shot--some cam designers add a heavy tungsten disk in their cams to help counteract the shock at the end of the power stroke.
With a machined aluminum front riser and split limbs with alloy energy wheels, the Durango features a 17-inch power stroke, precision-machined track, hard-anodized Teflon impregnated barrel, a patented dry-fire prevention system and positive safety.
7-liter, Power Stroke diesel V-8 that maximizes power, towing capacity and fuel-efficiency.
7-litre Power Stroke V8 turbodiesel engine that delivers more than 400bhp and 800lb-ft.
Post-workout chocolate milk will increase your daily calcium intake, and increase the likelihood of an optimal power stroke.
If I could foresee that, then I'd be better off than I probably am," Little said when asked if Friday was a sign Garciaparra's power stroke has returned.
The little gulp constitutes the power stroke of the nanoengine, and on this scale it's a mighty one, notes Regan.
0-liter V8 Power Stroke diesel engine built by International Truck and Engine Corp.
When you release the string, the cams work against each other during the power stroke, and in the process they jerk the nock tap and down.
They incorporated new Gen 2 CRT limbs that are only 25 inches wide and a 10-inch power stroke to produce the most compact recurve crossbow in the field, yet this ultra-compact powerhouse propels bolts at 335 fps.