screw-in


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screw-in

Implanted; permanently fastened to tissue. Said, for example, of catheter leads used for permanent or semipermanent cardiac pacemaking.
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The Muzzy 100-grain, 1 3/16-inch-wide, three-blade screw-in is the company's most popular.
of the At Merkland, going from the pavilion to pitchside is a precarious few steps down eight stairs in your screw-ins before a one-minute uphill walk dodging the dog poo before you get near the goals.
Incredibly, Felix Magath's side took to a watered pitch wearing moulded studs as opposed to screw-ins and found themselves skidding around when the hosts came after them.
There are 13 of them but they're not screw-ins as that would add extra weight and upwards pressure.
He said: "The manager told me to change my boots at half-time as I was wearing moulded studs and he wanted me to put on my screw-ins.
Moravcik may have only a few more months to go before he hangs up his screw-ins for good but he is consumed by the notion of walking out of Celtic Park for the last time with a league winners' medal in his pocket.
For now Waddle's just happy pulling on his screw-ins again after being frozen out of Hillsborough.
But with less than two minutes to go the SPL champs had the rug ripped out from under their screw-ins as sub Matias Fernandez popped up from nowhere to head Sporting Lisbon level when it seemed they had already meekly accepted defeat.
Many of Smith's players were dying in their screw-ins during that thrilling, lung-bursting victory over Dundee United and some will be patched up and sent back over the top tonight to face Partick Thistle for a Scottish Cup semi-final place.