Some articles on fitted:
... Locomotives up to D8127 were fitted with disc indicators in the style of the steam era when headcodes were introduced in 1960 the locomotive’s design was ... Although older locomotives were not retro-fitted with headcode boxes, a few of the earlier batch acquired headcode boxes as a result of repairs ... A small number were fitted with a through pipe for steam heating, primarily for use in conjunction with a Class 37 locomotive on the West Highland Line ...
... A rev limiter is a device fitted to an internal combustion engine to restrict its maximum rotational speed ... carried out to prevent damage to the engine, however sometimes these devices are fitted to prevent an engine reaching the point at which it develops maximum power ... When fitted to racing or modified street cars these adjustable devices provide more precise control than the original components built in by the manufacturer ...
... The A-9 was fitted with the new BMW 801S, called the 801 TS or 801 TH when shipped as a more complete Triebwerksanlage version of the Kraftei or "power egg" concept, unitized engine ... The bubble canopy design with the larger head armour was fitted as standard. 3.5 m (11 ft 6 in) in diameter, was the preferred option, however, many A-9s were fitted with the standard VDM 9-12067A metal propeller and some had ...
... Fitted to the Iowa-class battleships following their 1980s recommissioning upgrade, each ABL contains four ready-to-fire Tomahawks ... Eight ABLs were fitted to each of the four recommissioned battleships, providing 32 weapons to each ship ... Aside from being fitted on to the United States Navy's Iowa-class battleships, this system was also fitted on the nuclear powered cruisers, including the Long Beach and the Virginia-class as well as some ...
... Growler (12) Lyra (10) Redpole (10) Whiting (4 - fitted as rocket ship) Nimrod (10 - fitted as rocket ship) King George (10 - fitted as rocket ship) ...
Famous quotes containing the word fitted:
“The theatre is supremely fitted to say: Behold! These things are. Yet most dramatists employ it to say: This moral truth can be learned from beholding this action.”
—Thornton Wilder (18971975)
“Knowledge, a rude unprofitable mass,
The mere materials with which wisdom builds,
Till smoothed and squared and fitted to its place,
Does but encumber whom it seems to enrich.
Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much;
Wisdom is humble that he knows no more.”
—William Cowper (17311800)
“It is sentimentalism to assume that the teaching of life can always be fitted to the childs interests, just as it is empty formalism to force the child to parrot the formulas of adult society. Interests can be created and stimulated.”
—Jerome S. Bruner (20th century)