a grader, also commonly referred to as a road grader or a motor grader, is a construction machine with a long blade used to create a flat surface during the grading process. although the earliest models were towed behind horses or other powered equipment, most modern graders contain an engine, so are known, technically erroneously, as 'motor graders'.
for high-speed gas powered cut-off saws, walk-behind saws, handheld grinders, bridge saws, table saws, tile saws, and other types of saws. concave blade for cutting curves in countertops to install sinks or sculpt statues. tuck pointers thick diamond blades for restoration, involving grinding and replacing mortar. crack chasers
an elliptical trainer or cross-trainer also called an x-trainer is a stationary exercise machine used to stair climb, walk, or run without causing excessive pressure to the joints, hence decreasing the risk of impact injuries. for this reason, people with some injuries can use an elliptical to stay fit, as the low impact affects them little.
a concrete saw is a power tool used for cutting concrete, masonry, brick, asphalt, tile, and other solid materials. there are many types ranging from small hand-held saws, chop-saw models, and big walk-behind saws or other styles, and it may be powered by gasoline, hydraulic or pneumatic pressure, or an electric motor. the saw blades used on concrete saws are often diamond saw blades to cut concrete, asphalt, stone, etc. abrasive cut-off wheels can also be used on cut-off saws to cut stone and s
every walk-behind mower sold in the us since 1982 has a dead man's switch called an 'operator-presence control', which by law must stop the blades within 3 seconds after the user lets go of the controls. attached across their handle is a mechanical lever connected by a flexible cable to the kill switch on the engine.
walk-behind models, sometimes called flat saws are larger saws which use a stand or cart to cut into concrete floors as well as asphalt and concrete paving materials. abrasive saws typically use composite friction disk blades to abrasively cut through the steel. the disks are consumable items as they wear throughout the cut.
the river don also called river dun in some stretches is a river in south yorkshire and the east riding of yorkshire, england.it rises in the pennines and flows for 70 miles 110 km eastwards, through the don valley, via penistone, sheffield, rotherham, mexborough, conisbrough, doncaster and stainforth.it originally joined the trent, but was re-engineered by cornelius vermuyden as the dutch .
gears of war is a video game franchise created by epic games, developed and managed by the coalition, and owned and published by xbox game studios.the series focuses on the conflict between humanity, the subterranean reptilian hominids known as the locust horde, and their mutated counterparts, the lambent.
an angle in which a wrestler or other performer is the recipient of a one-sided beating sometimes with brief false comeback s , usually by a group of wrestlers or after being lured into a compromising position. bicycling a now-obsolete practice used in the territorial era in which television tapes were distributed to stations within a promoter's territory.