Case

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Funicular - Operation - Bottom Towrope
... cable running through a pulley at the bottom of the incline in case the gravity force acting on the vehicles is too low to operate them on the slope ... In this case, the winching can also be done at the lower end of the incline ... with gradients below 6%, funiculars using sledges instead of cars, or any other case where it is not ensured that the descending car is always able to pull out the cable from the pulley in ...
Harpsichord - The Case
... The case holds in position all of the important structural members pinblock, soundboard, hitchpins, keyboard, and the jack action ... Cases vary greatly in weight and sturdiness Italian harpsichords are often of light construction heavier construction is found in the later Flemish instruments and those derived from them (see ... The case also gives the harpsichord its external appearance and protects the instrument ...
Case - Other
... Case Township, Michigan Case-shot, a type of anti-personnel canister ammunition similar to a shrapnel shell Casement window ...
LaGrand Case
... The LaGrand case was a legal action heard before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) which concerned the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations ... In the case the ICJ found that its own temporary court orders were legally binding and that the rights contained in the convention could not be denied by the application of domestic legal procedures ...
Encyclopedia Brown - TV Series On HBO
... It also included a 60-minute episode ("The Case of the Missing Time Capsule") ... The Case of the Missing Time Capsule" (hour long special first aired in 1989 to kick off series and released to VHS.) "The Case of the Burglared Baseball Cards" (Rele ...

Famous quotes containing the word case:

    If there is a case for mental events and mental states, it must be that the positing of them, like the positing of molecules, has some indirect systematic efficacy in the development of theory.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)

    Socialists make the mistake of confusing individual worth with success. They believe you cannot allow people to succeed in case those who fail feel worthless.
    Kenneth Baker (b. 1934)

    When trying a case [the famous judge] L. Cassius never failed to inquire “Who gained by it?” Man’s character is such that no one undertakes crimes without hope of gain.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.)