Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of pallet.

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Examples

  • The wheel is to have 15 teeth, with pallets spanning 3 teeth or 2½ spaces, making the angle from lock to lock =  360 ÷ 15 × 2½  =  60°, the interval from tooth to tooth is 360 ÷ 15  =  24°; divided by 2 pallets  =  24 ÷ 2  =  12° for width of tooth, pallet and drop; drop is to be 1½°, the tooth is to be ¾ the width of the pallet, making a tooth of

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  • The firm taught children at the elementary school how to save simple wooden pallets from the incinerator and craft their very own bird abodes!

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  • Eric Kayne for The Wall Street Journal Store empoyee Corey Jeanes labels pallets in the warehouse section of the store.

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  • While taking a walk on a cold and windy afternoon last weekend, I spotted a couple of things―I believe they are called pallets―discarded on a wooded slope.

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  • At the far end of the pallets was a smaller pallet covered with a green canvas tarp.

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  • Tico Enterprises now hires them to produce a product called Soap Savers, a kitchen and bathroom gadget made out of recycled wooden warehouse pallets, which is sold in Body Shop stores nationwide.

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  • The tooth, therefore, would be ¾ the width of pallets, which is very good indeed.

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  • "We've got 24 pallets, which is basically a semi-truck load," he said.

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  • 'If you're dealing with lots of different products you wouldn't necessarily go for double deep, but many of our pallets are the same, so this combination works well,' he added.

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  • However, even summer weather here in our wild and desolate corner of England often consists of rain and gales, and keeping the tarpaulins secured to the pallets is a problem.

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