The early mornings were still sufficiently cool to render a fire acceptable in the large room wherein they breakfasted; and, by Mrs Crick's orders, who held that he was too genteel to mess at their table, it was Angel Clare's custom to sit in the yawning chimney-corner during the meal, his cup-and-saucer and plate being placed on a hinged flap
at his elbow.
An unusual George III argyle by Walter Brind (London 1777, 13ozs) of drum shape with outer hot water cavity accessed by the hinged flap
on the handle
With the help of number 11 blade incisions are made in the nasal mucosa along the bony ostium except anteriorly to have a hinged flap
The device - a buoyant hinged flap
- attaches to the seabed and moves backwards and forwards in the nearshore waves, pumping high pressure water onshore to drive a hydro-electric turbine, which then generates electricity for the National Grid.
It is a buoyant, hinged flap
, which lies just under the waterline, and sways back and forward in the waves.
The surgeon then uses a microkeratome (a tiny blade) to cut a hinged flap
of the superficial layer of the cornea, exposing the business part of the cornea.
The service module might seem gimmicky, but it allows owners to release a hinged flap
in the radiator grille to either check or top up water and oil levels.
It features a hinged flap
for access to the box's contents.
A total of 12 infants watched an experimenter perform simple actions with a series of toys: pulling apart a detachable, dumbbell-shaped toy, pushing a hinged flap
over the top of a box, pushing the button on another box to produce a beeping sound, shaking a plastic egg that rattled and jiggling a stuffed bear by a string attached to its head.
The device is a hinged flap
connected to the sea-bed which uses wave power to deliver high-pressure water to an onshore turbine.