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rotate

(rō-tāt) [L. rotare, to turn]
To twist or revolve.

rotate

(of a corolla of a flower) having petals at right-angles to the axis forming a wheel shape.
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A constant operating speed did not become necessary until Scottish engineer James Watt introduced the rotative steam engine used to drive factory machinery.
Guillaume Rotative (Comines, France) has ordered the OuadTech ICON product platform, Register Guidance System with MultiCam, Ribbon Control System with MultiCam, Color Control System with Instrument Flight and SpectralCam, and Data Central Reporting with Color Print Curve Production Summary Report capability.
Most micro-entrepreneurs in Cameroon finance their business activities through informal sources of finance such as Rotative Savings Credit Associations (ROSCAs), friends, family and personal savings (Warnier, 1993).
David Contreras, The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa: Convection steamer ovens are the most versatile for general cooking, however there are still superior products for specific tasks for example, stone pizza ovens, rotative bakery ovens, Jasper charcoal ovens, Beijing Duck ovens and so on.
A week before the transplant, the soil was plowed and harrowed with a tractor, and the seed beds were raised with a rotative seed bed lifter.
It includes the most commonly known elements of Andean rural structures: traditional rotative leadership positions (cargos), reciprocity (ayni), collective work projects (minkas), and the internal administration of justice, usually through extended plenary deliberations.
The principle disadvantage of the laser technique in terms of microleakage and thus of adhesion at the enamel margins can be avoided with a mechanical finishing of the cavity margins, with manual, rotative or ultrasonic instruments followed by etching with 35-37% orthophosphoric acid.
It was also decades before Man Ray was seen as one of the essential figures of 20th century modern and contemporary art, and for a long time--in spite of having worked with Duchamp in 1920 to create the first work of optical kinetic art, Rotative plaque de verre--he was only recognized for his original photographs of models and celebrities.
4 is depicted the constructive solution of rotative table with device of simple differential dividing with frontal gear couplings.
Close to that mark was Rotative, a five-year-old half-sister to Listed winner Arbella and useful hurdlers Overturn and Fisher Bridge, who was covered this year by Rock Of Gibraltar and was bought by Alain Decrion for 52,000gns.
Has a rotative oven, mixers, dough presser, proofing cabinet, professional kitchen, hood, grease trap, walking freezer and cooler.