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  • cd Then the point E in OC produced will have the motion EF perpendicular to OE, of a magnitude determined by producing OA to cut this perpendicular in F. But since the intersection E of the crank produced is to be with a vertical line through the other end of the rod, the instantaneous axis has a motion which, so far as it depends upon the movement of C only, is in the direction DE. Therefore EF is a component, whose resultant EG is found by drawing FG perpendicular to EF. Now D is moving to the left with a velocity which may be determined either by drawing through A a perpendicular to CD, and through C a horizontal line to cut this perpendicular in H, or by making the angle DEI equal to the angle CEA, giving on DO the distance DI, equal to CH. Make EK = DI or CH, complete the rectangle KEGL, and its diagonal ES is, finally, the motion of the instantaneous axis.
  • dd A dishonorable discharge (DD) can only be handed down to a military member by a general court-martial.
  • ed 768; Narrative of an Officer of the Horse Guards in Kennet, ed.
  • gd
  • i'd
  • la
  • lad
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  • li
  • lid
  • lld
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  • lsd
  • lu
  • md
  • nd
  • old
  • pd
  • sd
  • D "Not a d-n," answered Roden.
  • L
  • FD
  • LC
  • LG
  • LL
  • LN
  • LR
  • LS
  • LT
  • RD
  • TD
  • LDC
  • JD
  • ID
  • unamazing

1 words made from the letters l'd

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