Bolt

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Bolt (video Game) - Synopsis - Plot
... Penny and Bolt travel to Italy in an effort to find out more, but they get nowhere other than learning of Calico's location in Belize ... Calico finally manages to capture Penny once she and Bolt find his temple base in the Ukatan jungle ... with his new captive, but decides to leave her there with Bolt to die, saying, "As long as the professor believes she's alive, he will do what is asked and finish the weapon ...
Broughton Suspension Bridge - Cause
... An investigation found that a bolt in one of the stay-chains had snapped at the point where it was attached to the masonry of the ground anchor ... used, as the attachment to the ground anchor relied on one bolt rather than two, and the bolt was found to have been badly forged ... A number of other bolts were also bent but had not broken ...
Savage Model 110 - Design
... The bolt is an easily-manufactured assembly, consisting of a tube with a rotating forward baffle and the bolt head (with locking lugs) at one end, a removable handle attached via a threaded ... The receiver and bolt designs make the rifle relatively simple to produce with a left-handed bolt ... The bolt head of the Model 110 is a "floating" design A flat spring located behind the front baffle and bolt head assembly gives the assembly a ...
Bolt - Other Uses
... Bolt (web browser) Bolt (website), a social networking and video website active from 1996 to 2007 Bolting (horticulture), the early growth of a flowering stalk in a ...
Bolt Stump
... In locksmithing, a bolt stump is a rectangular part of a lock located above the talon, and passes through the slot in the levers as the bolt moves ...

Famous quotes containing the word bolt:

    He said there was gold here. He lied. He is not perfect.
    —Robert Bolt (1924–1995)

    On the whole, I wish I’d stayed in Tunbridge Wells.
    —Robert Bolt (1924–1995)

    When the words rustle no more,
    And the last work’s done,
    When the bolt lies deep in the door,
    James Elroy Flecker (1884–1919)