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Suit (comics) - Shaft
... For the Youngblood character, see Shaft (comics) ... Shaft is a Marvel Comics character and pupil of the blind warrior Stick, former mentor of costumed crime-fighter Daredevil and pro assassin Elektra Natchios ...
Shaft - Other
... Shaft (company), a Japanese animation studio A part of the penis. ...
Statistical Interference - Dimensional Interference
... For example, if a shaft is designed to have a "sliding fit" in a hole, the shaft must be a little smaller than the hole ... distributions with long tails.) Both the shaft and hole sizes will usually form normal distributions with some average (arithmetic mean) and standard deviation ... the shaft cannot fit in the hole), how often the difference will be less than the required sliding gap (the shaft fits, but too tightly), and how often the ...
Shaft (comics) - Character Biography
... He adopts the name of Shaft and began the first of many adventures with the group ... was accused of misleading the team and was held responsible for the deaths of many members, Shaft went on to lead the team while Battlestone founded and became leader of Brigade ... Shaft also made an appearance in the Alan Moore written "Judgement Day" limited series printed by Liefeld's second comic book publishing company Awesome Comics ...
Thrust Block - Early Thrust Boxes
... box composed of perhaps a dozen lower-rated plain thrust journal bearings stacked on the same shaft ... at each end and a number of collars formed on the shaft between them ... This shaft was often a short section of removable shaft called the thrust shaft, linking the engine ahead to the propeller shaft astern ...

Famous quotes containing the word shaft:

    “It’s hard to tell you how I managed it.
    When I saw the shaft had me by the coat,
    I didn’t try too long to pull away,
    Or fumble for my knife to cut away,
    I just embraced the shaft and rode it out....”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    The subterranean miner that works in us all, how can one tell whither leads his shaft by the ever shifting, muffled sound of his pick?
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    Why should not our whole life and its scenery be actually thus fair and distinct? All our lives want a suitable background. They should at least, like the life of the anchorite, be as impressive to behold as objects in a desert, a broken shaft or crumbling mound against a limitless horizon.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)