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centrifugal-force

Definitions

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  • n. Attributive form of centrifugal force

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Last summer I toured New Jersey with a traveling centrifugal-force demonstration.

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  • One was a Chicano guy who worked with me at a campus laboratory, where our jobs consisted of washing test tubes and wiping down centrifugal-force machines.

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  • Did he really tour New Jersey with a traveling centrifugal-force demonstration, or is that just legend?

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  • Italian, French and Spanish markets comes with optimised aerodynamics, an extra-long final drive ratio, and an innovative two-mass flywheel incorporating a centrifugal-force pendulum.

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  • With the engine and the entire car modified once again for an even higher standard of efficiency, this unique saloon targeted above all at the German, Italian, French and Spanish markets comes with optimised aerodynamics, an extra-long final drive ratio, and an innovative two-mass flywheel incorporating a centrifugal-force pendulum.

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  • The innovative centrifugal-force pendulum incorporated in the two-mass flywheel, together with the longer transmission ratio, serves to significantly reduce the level of engine speed at all road speeds relevant in practice in the BMW 320d

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  • 2. The walls in my study are currently vibrating while the washing machine hums its centrifugal-force rinse cycle.

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  • Red Tape Could Be Blocking Entrepreneurial Solutions To Gulf Oil Disaster is preventing centrifugal-force oil-water separator and proven oil-eating microbes technologies from being implemented.

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