- n. Plural form of sprocket.
“Now, whether that matters that the "sprockets" were fake - that, I guess is up to the viewer.”
“Also on board, larger chain and sprockets, for increased durability, and new calipers and rotors for better stopping power.”
“The boys were excited and collected springs and sprockets and castoff electronics innards for their robot panel.”
“The bags are fashioned using strips of 35mm movie film, which has sprockets on the edges.”
“At its heart is a "solar tracker" made of old bicycle sprockets, springs and rocks.”
“As John Sayles once told me, once upon a time if your film had sprockets, someone would buy it and distribute it.”
“But Clifford had quite simply crumbled beneath me, his gears and sprockets strewn about the Central Station entryway like so much dust.”
“In order to save some money, Mr. DeMille had purchased second-hand British equipment with ill-fitting sprockets, causing a technical malfunction that allowed the audience to only see the characters' hats, foreheads, boots and feet, and not much else.”
“Out you had to get, take the connecting bolt out of the track, rewind it round the sprockets and re-connect it.”
“Between avoiding doing my homework and playing on my spectrum (guess my age) I was vaguely aware there was things called girls, but I was not that interested unless they had 2 more sprockets for a 10 speed racer.”
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