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trac·tor

(trak'tŏr, tōr),
An instrument for exerting traction on an organ or structure.
[Mod. L. a drawer, see traction]
A popular term for a molecule—e.g., a carrier protein—that links to a poorly- or non-antigenic molecule—e.g., a hapten—enhancing its immunogenicity and mediating transportation through the cell or body

tractor

(trăk′tor) [L., drawer]
Any device or instrument for applying traction.
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Many attempts have been made to increase the productivity of large four-wheel drive mobile equipment, such as agricultural tractors, earthmoving machines and off-highway lift tracks, by increasing their speeds during on-road travel.
Performance of an agricultural tractor engine in dynamometer with chicken oil biodiesel and binary mixtures with diesel oil.
The objective was to evaluate the vibration levels on the rear and front axles of the agricultural tractor working at three different forward speeds, with additional front-wheel drive enabled and disabled, during plowing and harrowing operations.
Delegate to the OECD International Tractor Test Schemes, and ASAEISAE Agricultural Tractor Standards Committee Chair, 1415 South Hill Drive, Waterloo, IA 50701 USA; 319-292-8523, fax 319-287-1408, durantd@mchsi.com.
Available agricultural tractors that operate at various speeds can be defined as:
Since retirement, Larsen devoted much of his time to the realization of a museum to recognize the key developments in the evolution of the agricultural tractor. The museum, located at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was formally dedicated in 1998 as the Lester F.
1927 -- Dimensions, speed, direction of rotation and location of agricultural tractor power take-off (PTO) are specified.

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