- n. Plural form of pulley.
“-- Keep all moving parts, such as pulleys, control levers, and hinges of controlling surfaces, well greased.”
“Ellis says some former fixtures are still in the abandoned buildings, such as pulleys that miners may have used to hang up dirty work clothes at the end of the day.”
“Boxes, etc., to be provided with pulleys or casters. further amended by inserting after the word "pulleys", in the fifth line, the word: — or, — and by striking out the words "or some other mechanical device", in the fifth and sixth lines, so as to read as follows: — Section 1.”
“Through the years, design improved with pulleys and foot pedals and the like, but to be perfectly honest, it was all pretty unremarkable and brutal until the 20th century, which is where we'll jump to.”
“As a result, he gave us all the gear like the anchor, chain, sails, rigging, turnbuckles, ropes and pulleys.”
“The pulleys can be placed close to or far away from the levers, and again the wire should ideally leave the levers perpendicularly.”
“If it is not practical to route a wire directly from point to point, we can wind the wire around pulleys like so:”
“We can even place more pulleys if multiple changes in direction are required.”
“My head swiveled around searching for all the cogs, steam, whistles, mechanical arms, pulleys and the complicated network of conveyer belts I'd imagined.”
“People visiting the booth could also try out Tobii's "gaze redaction" system, special eyeglasses that let you edit bad writers into Cicero just by looking at their drafts, or its "Shays' Rebellion" system, a cerebral chip containing all the things you once knew but forgot, or its "sneer repression" technology, a set of micropolymer pulleys implanted in your face that simulates respectful attention no matter who is talking.”
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