- n. Plural form of pivot.
“You can also do term pivots, which we haven’t really looked at yet but we described.”
“The levers are also the same size, and their pivots are at the same distance along the levers.”
“Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Panama and Guatemala operate as "pivots" as reception centers for delivering the goods.”
“All that said, taking potshots at the media herd as it "pivots" this way and that across the political plain is easy sport.”
“Get a message from a friend and Threadsy "pivots" to also provide you with a rundown of that person's recent tweets, posted photos, etc.”
“Founder Institute event, super angel Mike Maples gave a talk about what he calls "pivots" and”
“The hose pivots which is a really good thing, you never get tangeled and lose suction.”
“And TRP use thrust type ball bearings in the pivots which is quite a bit smoother than most light weights.”
“Instead of using the conventional method of so-called compensation or counterbalance shafts, compensation of oscillating mass forces is effected by means of a system of pivots which is linked centrally to the crankshaft with a specifically defined arrangement of counterbalance masses: a tappet on the crankshaft offset from the crank pins by”
“Spicing up the drollery this is where the opera pivots into comic genius, the poet Prosdocimo, observing all, uses this tawdry reality show to shake his writer's block and shape an opera libretto, becoming unwittingly entangled in everyone else's troubles.”
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