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run·out

 (rŭn′out′)
n.
1. The act or an instance of fleeing so as to evade undesirable consequences.
2. The area where one curved surface merges with another: a snowy runout at the bottom of the ski slope.
3. The act or an instance of expiring or having expired: the runout of an executive contract.
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But he reckons the Portuguese centre-back and the rest of Graeme Murty's men will be better for their runout when they return to Premiership action after the international break.
The results are more extensive deformation of these machine elements and greater shaft runout, also known as eccentricity.
Clutch assembly features an integrated bearing design making mounting fast and easy while ensuring application concentricity and excellent system runout
The sensor comes with an optional Fringe Suppression Optics (FSO) module that is unaffected by film-thickness changes and scanner misalignment or runout.
Wheel Runout Jig Monitoring System Irish Rail Require A Monitoring And Reporting System To Be Installed To A Jig That Is Used To Verify Wheel Alignment To The Axle It Has Been Installed Onto.
Effects of tip height and material type, radial clearance angle, and blade lateral runout of circular saws on the machined surface quality of medium-density fiberboards (MDF) cut by circular saws in terms of roughness height were investigated.
Critical tire sidewall measurements include macro-level lateral runout, several localized lateral runout defects (e.
If your drill press has a significant degree of runout or wobble in the drill chuck, that could easily cause a problem like this.
London: Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews did his best to play down any lingering discontent surrounding the controversial runout of Jos Buttler, but admits to expecting some hostility when his side's two-match test series with England begins at Lord's on Thursday.
I also look for dips or low spots in the sand--areas that have been washed out by current and indicate a runout.
A number of the lesser sides in the top flight minimised their chance of advancing in the Capital One Cup this week because they gave their fringe players a runout, when they should instead have done their utmost to reach the next stage.