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  • n. Plural form of groove.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of groove.


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  • Also, Most of the air flow across the rifling grooves is inconsequential since most of the bearing surface is in the boundary layer created behind the ogive.

    best caliber for 600+ yard shots

  • Del, Thanks, didn't click on that link but that first one with the wood and slight grooves is what I'd choose as a soveighneir.

    More On Axes

  • A tungsten-carbide button with a reverse imprint of the rifling grooves is pulled through a blank by a hydraulic press.

    Roll Out the Barrel

  • November 30, 2005 21: 33 sussie la 4: beautiful latin grooves

    Enseneda, Baja, California (Music (For Robots))

  • "We've always seen Trot Nixon in grooves like this before, but tonight is about as good a groove as I've seen him."

  • For eight months the French Army had been moving along certain grooves and it could not be suddenly switched from being a static defence force into mobile columns.

    Close to the War

  • Now carve the pattern on the surface in whatever manner you have designed -- in grooves suggesting the articulation of the leaves, in short grooves which may pass for additional leaves, or in a dozen ways which practise may help you to invent.

    Wood-Carving Design and Workmanship

  • Eleanor sprang up and threw open, or rather threw back, one of the windows, for the lattice slid in grooves instead of hanging on hinges.

    The Old Helmet

  • I lightly fingered the weapon’s trigger, caressing the thin grooves in the curved metal.

    Blog Fiction | Sci-Fi | Halcyon day | Station151

  • In the last five years, Rugge said statistics gained from the Tour and from advanced research show the grooves were a big advantage.

    Club grooves limitation sought


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