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  • n. rotating mechanism in the form of a universally mounted spinning wheel that offers resistance to turns in any direction
  • n. a Greek sandwich: sliced roast lamb with onion and tomato stuffed into pita bread


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  • I'm sure this is just coincidental, but even the name Gyro Uno seems to mash up the world of Greek food and pizza.


  • The Bogeyman is not big on training aids, mainly because they require some type of training, but I recently came across a remarkable new gadget called The Gyro Swing. Top News Headlines

  • Gyro aka Gerald Shade Robotnik is a sweet, but shy and insecure boy, beside his father looks - Business News

  • Gyro aka Gerald Shade Robotnik is a sweet, but shy and insecure boy, beside his father looks Gyro has only inherited few of his powers, speed and Chaos Control. - Business News

  • And the original Nintendo game where you you could play with a robot … I think it was called Gyro


  • (Not really called the Gyro Captain but instead "the Pilot.")

    Ace of Spades HQ

  • ..there is a Middle Eastern restaurant called Gyro King that is a wonder.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • American enterprise in the construction of the rotary type is perhaps best illustrated in the 'Gyro' engine; this was first constructed with inlet valves in the heads of the pistons, after the Gnome pattern, the exhaust valves being in the heads of the cylinders.

    A History of Aeronautics

  • It has a standard output where all kind of Gyro Gearlooses invent different kind of night lamps and other stuff what no one needs but you can't live without.

    Daring Fireball

  • "Gyro" (pronounced yee-row) is anything - classically, lamb or lamb loaf, but chicken is increasingly popular - turned on a spit (like a gyroscope, right Bunky?) and cut off in strips.

    Boston Phoenix -


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