from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which arrests.
- noun In Scots law, the person at whose instance an arrest is made. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who arrests.
- noun (Scots Law) The person at whose suit an arrestment is made.
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- noun One who places under
- noun A
devicethat stopsor prevents, as a spark arrester that prevents sparks from being released to start fires.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a restraint that slows airplanes as they land on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier
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GOELZ: And -- and you can have these things called arrester beds that will stop an overrun, but you really need 500 or 650 feet of arrester bed to stop a plane.
To date, American Suzuki has received two reports of flame arrester screens detaching from the mounting ring.
Â The flame arrester screen can become detached from its mounting ring, preventing the throttle valve from returning to the idle position when the throttle lever is released, causing the rider to lose control of the ATV.
The MPs' report, out on Tuesday, makes clear the quick decision to adapt the carriers to fly US-made Joint Strike Fighters, taking off by catapult and landing by arrester wires, will increase the planes' cost as well as that of the carriers, but by how much will not be known until December 2012.
The catapult/arrester arrangement enables British aircraft to land on French carriers, and vice versa – increasing co-operation; the UK version also has longer range and carries heavier weapons.
After some time Iranian Police arrived and arrester both of us.
Should it be Dr Lisa Nolland, sage of the orthodox Anglican group Anglican Mainstream, or Peter Tatchell, human rights activist, would-be arrester of tyrants and perhaps, according to the Daily Mail, the bravest man in Britain?
The LCA will operate from an Aircraft Carrier with a concept of Ski-jump Take off But Arrested Recovery (STOBAR) which means the aircraft gets airborne over a ski jump in about 200 m and lands 90 m using an arrester hook engaging an arrester wire on the ship.
The closet is a mere there feet from the main into the house and lightening arrester is twelve feet from that.
It is advisable to install a chimney cap with a spark arrester on the roof to reduce the danger of roof fires from sparks.