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cleat

(klēt)
A fixed anchorage, usually metal, embedded in the acrylic resin base of an orthodontic retainer or soldered to an arch wire. An elastic device is attached during tooth movement.
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Some 25 per cent of cable cleats exported by UK-based Ellis Patents Limited last year went to the GCC region, the company says.
"We plan to offer different sizes of Cleats for different soil conditions," Sharpe continued.
"You are a BEAUTIFUL PERSON, I bet you made that kid's day, month, year and beyond," Carlson said in a Facebook comment on the photo.Driver, who recently won (http://www.abc.go.com/shows/dancing-with-the-stars/about-the-show) Dancing With the Stars , decided to throw his cleat to Wagner as he made his way into the dugout following a charity softball game Sunday in Appleton, WI, that raised more than $200,000.
Move the tank forward to position the next track shoe needing cleats.
The traditional stud helps to distribute the pressure being placed on a footballer's feet while the cleats increase the loading on the front of the foot where soccer stars are prone to metatarsal injuries, according to the study.
CLEAT is a combination of a 'front-end' language to a complex suite of Fortran programs which combines job control aspects of program execution with the ability to interface a variety of data files as input and output to the running Fortran system.
The cleat, used to tie a rope extended from the vessel, flung back and inflicted fatal head and chest injuries.
Conversely, if your toes are pointing outward as you pedal, the cleats are rotating externally.
Attach hinges on the top and bottom cleat on the goat side.
For the ice cleat, its field application and technical, engineering and test requirements were collected.
The circular cleat arrangement allows for better grip in all directions and faster acceleration on all kinds of turf, the company says.