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- adv. Using hydraulics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By hydraulic means; according to hydraulic principles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a hydraulic manner
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The dredging will be done hydraulically, meaning it will not be necessary to drain the lake.
It's a very bad dream and the fact that I lived in Las Vegas, where the only tidal waves are hydraulically pumped through a funnel into the pool at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, made it especially puzzling, but that's how it goes every time.
The electrically assisted steering is crisp and affirmative, with a build-up of effort off center as you'd expect in a hydraulically assisted system.
According to both Chesapeake and local officials, the well had already been drilled when the accident occurred and was in the process of being hydraulically fractured, a process in which millions of gallons of water and chemicals are injected into the ground to crack open gas-bearing rocks.
The EPA's proposed new emission regulations would govern all oil and gas drilling, though its concern is focused on new wells into shale because drilling and hydraulically fracturing these wells requires drilling rigs, compressor stations and other machinery that generate air pollution.
Then open the valves to allow displacement of the line pressure and hydraulically slide a top in place and bolt.
McLaren At higher speeds, the deck-mounted aero brake juts hydraulically into the windstream.
At higher speeds, the deck-mounted aero brake juts hydraulically into the windstream.
The higher emissions from shale gas occur at the time wells are hydraulically fractured -- as methane escapes from flow-back return fluids -- and during drill out following the fracturing.”
Machined — like the song said — smooth and almost hydraulically powered, with that kill move of the waist-drop into the broken-arm swing of a thing made more of tin and screws than bone and sinew.
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