Definitions for "Hinge"
Keywords:  endpaper, bivalve, lid, junction, pivot
The hook with its eye, or the joint, on which a door, gate, lid, etc., turns or swings; a flexible piece, as a strip of leather, which serves as a joint to turn on.
To attach by, or furnish with, hinges.
To bend.
Keywords:  gum, tape, mount, stamp, prefolded
A flexible paper strip-often made from Japanese paper-used to attach an artwork to its mat along one edge, allowing it to be lifted for inspection of its verso. Material, usually gummed cloth tape, which joins the window board to the backboard of a mat along one edge, thereby permitting the window board to be opened. See also Mounts, mats.
The paper or tape used to affix a print to a backing.
Stamp hinges are small, rectangular-shaped pieces of glassine paper, usually gummed on one side. Folded with the gummed side out, the hinge is used to mount stamps. Most modern hinges are peelable. Once dry, they may be easily removed from the stamp, leaving little trace of having been applied.
Keywords:  anterior, oyster, valves, joined, clam
upper rim on which the valves of a clam move or rotate.
The area formed by the joined valves at the anterior of the oyster. !-- assign table width based on how this page is called close_it();
the elastic part of the shell that unites the valves along the top of the shell
That on which anything turns or depends; a governing principle; a cardinal point or rule; as, this argument was the hinge on which the question turned.
One of the four cardinal points, east, west, north, or south.
To stand, depend, hang, or turn, as on a hinge; to depend chiefly for a result or decision or for force and validity; -- usually with on or upon; as, the argument hinges on this point.
Usually made of cotton, a hinge is a piece of cloth that is glued in the hinged end of a pneumatic or bellows, increasing the strength of the pneumatic or bellows. (See Recovering Bellows - click here)
The hinges are the moving blades on the control surface that allow you to control the airplane's movement. All hinges must be glued properly and securely to prevent the airplane from crashing.
The line where folded beds show maximum curvature. The line formed by the intersection of the hinge plane with the bedding surface.
The portion of a fold where curvature is greatest.
Keywords:  usu, breech, backside, barrel, block
Contain blocking, usu. protecting the backside.
A type of action in which a hinge mechanism separates the barrel from the standing breech block, providing access to the chamber.
Keywords:  backflap, pin, see
See Pin Hinge, Backflap Hinge.
Keywords:  con, rudder, ailerons, pro, elevator
There are many ways of constructing a hinge for the ailerons, rudder and elevator control surfaces. A number of the different methods are described here along with the pro's and con's of each.
Rotation fitting composed of two rectangular blades, one fixed, the other mobile, permitting the articulation of two furniture pieces
A point in a structure at which a member is free to rotate.
Keywords:  lego, model, element, move, special
a special LEGO element that you can use to make your model move
Keywords:  stub, guard, leaf, permits, map
A paper or cloth stub or guard that permits the free turning of an insert, leaf, section, or map.
system of connection allowing the angular movement of a part with regard to the other one.
Keywords:  half, trade
a half of a trade
Keywords:  problem, contact, care, medical, health
a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider