outrigger

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A trolley or gurney that is strapped to one or both lateral sides of the gurney on which a violent patient is bound with leather restraints; outriggers increase the physical mass that bucking patients have to move before harming themselves or others

outrigger

An attachment for hand splints that permits the fingers to be placed in elastic traction.
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The PC 3800-1 also requires significantly less ground preparation time than crawler cranes, and the location does not even need to be perfectly levelled, as the outrigger cylinders can compensate for inclines of up to 2.
Outrigger pins are designed so you can run the bait through the pin with minimal friction on the line, and they release when a fish strikes.
As the outriggers play important role in analysis and design of multi storey buildings, it is our prime duty to locate the outrigger at the right place.
15 pcs of the 6 mtr walkable outriggers shall have dual sliding floaters)
Nair [1] introduced the belt truss as virtual outrigger due to the fact that it is not connected directly to the core, but still maintain the function of an outrigger.
Video vignettes provide an insight into various elements of the island culture and history and show a potential visitor the choices on offer from Outrigger Enterprises.
They happened to be firefighters and former lifeguards, and they knew Otter needed help, especially in the cramped conditions of the outrigger.
To now file a full impact statement would put the outriggers more than a year off schedule and likely add millions to the cost.
Unlike the base vehicle, the outriggers stayed steady and well above the track surface, plus the truck drifted slightly at the apogee of each directional change.
For instance, the outriggers had been designed to fold toward the hull.
The controls are also interlocked for safety, preventing the boom and the outriggers from being moved simultaneously.