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  • noun Plural form of pivot.

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Examples

  • You can also do term pivots, which we haven’t really looked at yet but we described.

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  • The levers are also the same size, and their pivots are at the same distance along the levers.

    A different linear transmission mechanism « The Half-Baked Maker

  • Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Panama and Guatemala operate as "pivots" as reception centers for delivering the goods.

    Illegal Weapons Trafficking Grows in Mexico

  • All that said, taking potshots at the media herd as it "pivots" this way and that across the political plain is easy sport.

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  • All that said, taking potshots at the media herd as it "pivots" this way and that across the political plain is easy sport.

    Thomas E. Obama

  • Get a message from a friend and Threadsy "pivots" to also provide you with a rundown of that person's recent tweets, posted photos, etc.

    GigaOM Network

  • Founder Institute event, super angel Mike Maples gave a talk about what he calls "pivots" and

    TechCrunch

  • The hose pivots which is a really good thing, you never get tangeled and lose suction.

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  • And TRP use thrust type ball bearings in the pivots which is quite a bit smoother than most light weights.

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  • Instead of using the conventional method of so-called compensation or counterbalance shafts, compensation of oscillating mass forces is effected by means of a system of pivots which is linked centrally to the crankshaft with a specifically defined arrangement of counterbalance masses: a tappet on the crankshaft offset from the crank pins by

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