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rotate

(rō-tāt) [L. rotare, to turn]
To twist or revolve.

rotate

(of a corolla of a flower) having petals at right-angles to the axis forming a wheel shape.
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This US FDA approval of the company's new Masters HP 15mm rotatable mechanical heart valve was primarily based on the results of a clinical trial, which enrolled paediatric patients five years of age or younger who had a diseased, damaged or malfunctioning heart valve.
The two included CD-ROMs contain interactive case studies; USMLE-style review questions; and 3-D models of MRI images, which generate layered, rotatable anatomical illustrations.
Fortunately, a roulette wheel can be disguised as a lazy Susan rotatable basket designed for storing condiments.
Here are the 59 rotatable letters comprising these classes:
The interior of the one-piece rotatable reflector assembly inside the shade has a chemically brightened clear anodized surface with 288 computer-enhanced facets that maximize output from a choice of vertically-oriented MH, MHP or HPS lamp options that deliver an effective projected light area of 2.
Designed with an integral rotatable 3-1/2 digit LCD display for 3600 viewing, the space-saving Model 227INT is available with an integral 1.
And it will enable them to quickly manipulate the data into visual reports, rotatable 3D graphs, and executive dashboards.
Though Gates did not discuss portable gaming during his address, one Korean company, Impactra, was showing off a palmtop device before the speech that would play Windows Media video on a rotatable screen, and an Impactra executive said the company was working with Microsoft on incorporating cellular telephony and wireless, Xbox-related gaming into the unit.
Orange, Texas, will show its new Rotatable Tuning Feedblock for the first time.
Electronics are mounted safely overhead in a rotatable enclosure for convenient operation and service.
The pump is a compact, high-power density unit using the parallel axial piston/slipper concept with a rotatable swash plate.