cross-tie


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cross-tie

[ˈkrɒsˌtaɪ] N (US) → durmiente m, traviesa f
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These movements left the condemned man and the sergeant standing on the two ends of the same plank, which spanned three of the cross-ties of the bridge.
On Saturday evening he went down again in the cross-tie.
We don't believe the makeup water/ expansion tank should be connected to the cross-tie loop (the loop facilitating the use of any pump to serve any chiller).
This solves the well-known cross-tie stub problem associated with standard single, double and quad die packages used on double-sided assemblies by decreasing the distance the cross tie stubs must be routed in the breakout region.
In the Columbia, you simply isolate the faulty alternator and flip a cross-tie switch.
Bowman was fitted with a stent last year after suffering a heart attack but showed true Yorkshire grit to go even faster in his cross-tie which he won in 12.
LEFT Cross-tie dress, pounds 169, Marcs at Fenwick; leather bag, from a selection, Stonewood & Bryce at Harvey Nichols; earrings, as before.
I pulled the trailer-frame/track onto the cross-tie bed, jacked it to remove the road wheels, then lowered, leveled, and straightened it with string and level line, and finally anchored everything solidly into our good red Georgia clay.
Tylines each consist of a Metaverpa single-tie, cross-tie and bottom wrapper, a topsheet printer with applicator, and Double Track bundle conveyors.
The 42-year-old Schools' Sports Coordinator, who earlier in the year entered the Guinness Book of Records when he partnered Jared Deacon to become the fastest pantomime horse over 100 metres, lifted the vets 90 metres championship, won his heat and cross-tie (semi final) in the main 110 metre race, before finishing in fifth place in the final of the 141st running of the event.
The independence from other business loans meant the Business Property loan applied solely to real estate, placing Soundair in a more comfortable, flexible position than the banks, who usually cross-tie different business loans.