Cylinder engine

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(Paper Making) a machine in which a cylinder takes up the pulp and delivers it in a continuous sheet to the dryers.

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The VQ engine, a V6 cylinder engine offering a lineup ranging from 2.
I think the forks broke because the two cylinder engine is heavier and put more pressure on them.
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2-liter inline-six cylinder engine, the M3 is a real powerhouse of a compact car.
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Four cylinder engines of model 102 for Mercedes cars and their equivalent have reached the price of $950, whereas the 104 model engines of six cylinders reached $2,000.
A convenient switch hidden in the battery compartment allows the user to select various settings, such as single cylinder engines, distributor-type and without distributor-type multi-cylinder engines.