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A supporting point or surface.


1. the female genital tract.
2. a piece of harness.

lose the bearing
uterine prolapse.
bearing retainer
device for retaining a replaced uterine or vaginal prolapse.
bearing trouble
see vaginal prolapse.
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Located in Troy, NY, Pacamor Kubar Bearings is one of the few American owned and operated miniature and instrument ball bearing manufacturers.
The introduction of the AP bearing and its subsequent widespread use on freight cars became a turning point in railroad industry safety and performance.
Pacamor Kubar Bearings (PKB) announced plans today to release its latest line of ball bearings for high speed dental handpieces.
We are looking forward to offering PKB dental bearings and drive rings to the many dental repair shops nationwide and distributing this product line internationally.
PKB's team of bearing experts believes that all dental bearings should contain a minimum amount of lubricant to ensure optimum life and operational efficiency.
Andrea Sperrazza, National Sales Manager, stated, "The new website will enable engineers to research bearing options and design the best product for their applications.
Proper lubrication is essential to successful bearing performance in demanding applications and PKB uses only high quality, filtered lubricants in its antifriction bearings.
The Offer is conditioned on, among other things, (i) the tender in the Offer of at least a majority of the outstanding Shares that are not shares beneficially owned by the management group and the other executive officers of General Bearing (the "Majority of the Minority Condition"), and (ii) the tender in the Offer of a sufficient number of Shares such that, after the Shares are purchased pursuant to the Offer, GBC Acquisition Corp.
The SatCon magnetic bearing system suspended the turbine shaft at both ends of the radial axis, and along the longitudinal, or "thrust" axis.