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  • n. Plural form of fanbelt.


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  • Ranged on the floor were oxy-acetylene gas cylinders, tins of paint and paint thinner, crumpled petrol cans and a heavy press, while above the racks hung spanners, jumpleads, fanbelts, welding masks and rows of paint guns.

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  • Why it was a chaos of gears and gigantic grammyophones and barrels and fire and fanbelts and flying around in circles and YEOW POW WHA HUH HEY WHOOOO madness.

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  • Enjoyed the Haunted Mansion ride, walked Main Street SL, and even got the notion to redo the fanbelts in the tower so they're all one long continuous belt.

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  • Yesterday was a housework boatwork day and there’s always the odd bit of maintenance to keep me busy, like tightening the fanbelts on the engine and retaping a few chafe points.

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  • I drove round stations stopping customers, asking them questions and concluded what people wanted to buy were beach balls, fluffy toys and chocolates -- where previously it was fanbelts and light globes, "Caplan, who next month retires as chairman of | Top Stories


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