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beltless

(ˈbɛltlɪs)
adj
lacking a belt
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Adj.1.beltless - lacking a beltbeltless - lacking a belt; "unbelted jackets are in this season"
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It is a short-action beltless magnum based on a squat case of almost .
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Standard features: Plasticating, injection, clamping and ejection (rotary table) driven by beltless, direct-drive AC servo motors.
33 caliber, on a beltless case roughly similar in capacity to the current 7mm Rem.
Don Allen, guiding light of Dakota Arms, made a change recently that should be welcomed news to anyone who owns a rifle, chambered for one of his proprietary, beltless magnum cartridges.
Super Clean Car and Beltless Continuously Variable Transmission
The big new beltless case simply had too much potential for Remington to sit on their hands while people like me were already necking the .
416 and introducing a more potent one on a more desirable beltless case would kill it.
Included was a prototype 2001 ATV called the Foreman Rubicon that features a revolutionary, maintenance-free, beltless automatic transmission.