Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In a lathe, the point of the back or dead spindle of the tail-stock. It supports that end of the piece which is to be turned. The front center is that part of the live spindle which is in the headstock.
- n. The position of the link-block of a Stephenson-link reversing-gear when the engine is running backward; the position of the link-block when it is controlled by the backward eccentric.
“Last week, I said Analeigh seemed strong because she was holding the center and glowing, but McKey stands tall and proud towards the back-center, commanding our attention.”
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