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1) Throw-out: A folded, tipped page which opens out to a size larger than the book size. Also called Foldout, Gatefold.
2) Caster under the congealer, convenient for moved, vending throw-out of motion in the low-temp, insuring safety.
3) Start your kitchen reorganization with a drastic sort-out and throw-out.
4) The human ancestors, in other words, were not even drop-outs, they were throw-outs.
5) In fact, he reportedly blew it out with a stunning, if showy, throw-out at third.
6) Theoretical analysis, onboard test and bench test show that this phenomenon is determined by natural blast torque after throw-out of marine fluid coupling as well as damping torque of shafting.
7) When the clutch pedal is pressed, a cable or hydraulic piston pushes on the release fork, which presses the throw-out bearing against the middle of the diaphragm spring.
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