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* Roller board — location upon which rollers are attached ( Note: rollers are often used densely in one section of the action and so are often closely associated with the roller board.
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Roller and board
In 1994, Mikan became the part-owner and chairman of the board of Chicago Cheetahs, a professional roller hockey team based in Chicago, Illinois that played in Roller Hockey International.
He can also be seen in a non speaking role as the music producer / board operator in the pre-ride film that accompanies Rock ' n ' Roller Coaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
Roller and —
** VTEC-E — This version of VTEC employs the usage of Roller Rocker arms and in its earliest implementation was designed solely for the purpose of improving fuel economy and low end torque while maintaining the high rpm power like that of its non VTEC siblings.
Initially, Compass International Pictures planned on a sequel ( to be set in Mexico — Acapulco Roller Boogie ); however, probably due to the end of the disco fad the idea was scrapped.
* Road Roller Association — UK-based society dedicated to the preservation of steam and motor rollers, and ancillary road-making equipment.
Roller and location
In the Penguins of Madagascar series, Coney Island played location of Dr. Blowhole's secret lair in Dr. Blowhole's Revenge as Kowalski had said, smelling a fake King Julien, " Salty Atlantic sea air, Roller coaster grease and all beef wieners, with mustard ," and Skipper translated it to Coney Island.
Roller and upon
: The mere fact of being born upon one or the other side of the watershed roughly formed by these two groups is the most significant single cultural factor tending to influence what one does all day long throughout one's life ; whom one marries ; when one gets up in the morning ; whether one belongs to the Holy Roller or Presbyterian church ; or drives a Ford or a Buick .... 23 – 4
Roller and which
First was the Roller Controller, a trackball packaged with a port of the arcade game Slither, a Centipede clone and meant to be used with some dedicated games like Victory or to enhance the gameplay of previously published cartridges which benefitted from its trackball system ( like Wargames ).
The Roller Hockey ( Inline ) Goalie uses a Glove, called a catcher, to catch the shot on goal, he also has a flat, usually square, mit which is used to deflect the shot this is called a blocker.
Roller hockey ( Inline ) is a variation of roller hockey very similar to ice hockey, from which it is derived.
Roller Hockey ( Inline ) is referred to by many names worldwide, including Ball Hockey, Inline hockey, Roller Hockey, Longstick hockey, Deck hockey, Road hockey, Street hockey and Skater hockey depending on which region of the world in which it is played.
The shop owner, Bill Richard, made a deal with the Chicago Roller Skate Company to produce sets of skate wheels, which they attached to square wooden boards.
This included the grist mill created by Ansel Hanchett in 1852 which Marshall renamed " Marshall's Roller Mill.
In 1886, Schlicht & Field, Rochester, NY, introduced the Rapid Roller Damp-Leaf Copier, a roller copier, which used pressure supplied by rollers to copy letters onto a roll of dampened paper.
The Fountain Roller transfers the ink that is located in the ink pan to the second roller, which is the Anilox Roller.
Her breakthrough role proved to be that of the porn starlet " Roller Girl " in 1997's Boogie Nights, in which she appeared in scenes with frontal nudity and received several award nominations.
A specially designed system that was made by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation in 1991 in conjunction with Floyd Rose, utilizing locking tuners, a modified Fender 2-point synchronized vibrato with locking bridge saddles and a special low-friction LSR Roller Nut which allows strings to slide during vibrato use.
The Steam Roller faced the Yellow Jackets again at Frankford Stadium on November 17, which resulted in a scoreless tie.
The river kingfishers family Alcedinidae is one of nine in the order Coraciiformes, which also includes the motmots, bee-eaters, todies, rollers, ground-rollers, Cuckoo Roller and two other families of kingfishers.
In July 2009, Evian Water used the song in their roller-skating baby commercial, " Evian's Roller Babies ( Live Young )" which is especially popular on YouTube with over 3. 7 million hits in a week.
The roller family Coraciidae is one of nine in the order Coraciiformes, which also includes the motmots, bee-eaters, todies, ground-rollers, Cuckoo Roller and three families of kingfishers.
The Azure Roller and Dollarbird will hunt huge swarms of termites and flying ants which appear after thunderstorms.
As navigator, Jenkinson supported Moss with pace notes in the form of a Roller Map, which listed all the details of the long road trip, then an innovative technique.
One such example is the theme park simulation game Roller Coaster Tycoon 2, which featured recreations of Six Flags parks and rides that could be expanded and operated at the player's discretion.
The Cuckoo Roller or Courol ( Leptosomus discolor ) is the only bird in the family Leptosomatidae, which is usually considered to be within the order Coraciiformes, which also includes the kingfishers, bee-eaters and rollers.
Several JumpStart apps for the iPad ( some of which can also be played on the iPhone ) have been created-JumpStart Preschool: Magic of Learning, JumpStart Punk Punk Blitz, JumpStart Jetpack, JumpStart My ABC Book, JumpStart Art Studio, and JumpStart Roller Squash.
Roller and rollers
Invented in 1897, the duck brake, aka Duck Roller Brake used a rod operated by a lever on the handlebar to pull twin friction rollers ( usually made of wood or rubber ) against the front tyre.
Unlike the true rollers and ground rollers, where the sexes have identical appearance, the Cuckoo Roller is sexually dichromatic.
* Road Roller Association – UK-based society dedicated to the preservation of steam ( and motor ) rollers and ancillary road-making equipment.
* Anti-Mine Roller Attachment ( AMRA ) Mk IC-a mine clearing device consisting of four heavy rollers suspended from a frame.
Model of a Water Frame which was inspired by Lewis Paul and John Wyatt ( inventor ) | John Wyatt's early Cotton Spinning Machine. 1738: Lewis Paul and John Wyatt, of Birmingham, patent the Roller Spinning machine and the flyer-and-bobbin system, for drawing cotton to a more even thickness, using two sets of rollers that travel at different speeds.