Definitions for "Poles"
Keywords:  stator, armature, magnet, motor, north
where a magnet's pull is strongest A magnet has two poles.
The ends of a magnet where the magnetic force is greatest
A way of picturing magnetic phenomena. All magnets are considered to be "dipoles", having both a North pole (which would point North if used in a compass) and a South pole (which would point South if used in a compass. In an alternator, generator, or motor the number of Poles is a measure of how many coils, permanent magnets or electromagnets are in the armature or stator.
Keywords:  skiers, knock, basket, flexi, slalom
In the downhill and super-G, poles are curved to fit around the body to reduce air resistance. In the slalom events, poles are straight and often have plastic guards covering the knuckles to help skiers knock the slalom poles out of their path.
the stabilizing struts between the basket, the burner mount and the load cables. On some balloons the poles are actually load-bearing elements; on others they simply act as stiff or slightly flexible guides for the actual load-bearing elements and connections from envelope sensors to the instrument console. Also referred to as "burner supports", "supports" or "flexi poles" there main job is to stop the burner knocking you on the head during landing.
Long and straight, often reaching up as high as a competitor's chin, with a specially shaped basket designed to allow skiers to push hard and evacuate snow.
Values of complex frequencies, which make the transfer function infinite. Factors of the denominator of the transfer function polynomial.
Values of complex frequency, which make the transfer function infinite. Factors in the denominator of the transfer function polynomial.
Keywords:  drapery, brass, wrought, doesn, awnings
Metal or wood rods for holding draperies.
Used to support canopies and larger awnings. Available in steel or steel with a brass sleeve. Steel poles are generally painted to prevent rusting. They can be mounted directly to the concrete or set into the ground.
(drapery) Poles are available in many different materials – timber, brass, wrought iron, bamboo, and painted timber. They usually have co-coordinating rings that fix to the hooks on the heading of the curtains. A more contemporary type of pole system is the tensioned steel wire, which doesn’t impose on the windows.!-- google_ad_client = "pub-8039990704443990"; google_ad_width = 468; google_ad_height = 60; google_ad_format = "468x60_as"; google_ad_type = "text_image"; google_ad_channel ="6807473505"; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "0000FF"; google_color_text = "000000"; google_color_url = "FF3300";
Bullo G., "Le valli salse da pesca e la vallicoltura"
Logs used to support power lines and so need to be of durable species (Ironbarks, Tallowwood, Grey Box, Grey Gum etc) or species suitable for preservation treatment such as Blackbutt and Spotted Gum. The log needs to meet strict pole specifications for straightness and be generally defect free. Poles need to be of specific sizes with most of the demand for very restrictive size classes. Logs suitable for poles but outside these sizes are often not saleable as a pole.
Keywords:  love, freest, michael, eos, worse
Acronym for Polar Exchange at the Sea Surface, a component of the NASA EOS program that investigates the exchange of mass and energy at the air-ice-ocean interface in the polar regions. See the POLES Web site.
A way of describing the extreme end points on a spectrum from the most expansive to the most restrictive. The Positive Pole is energy at its freest, most loving, while the Negative Pole is energy at its most restricted and fearful.  One is not better or worse, in the Michael Teachings, though Positive Pole is usually the goal since it feels good to most of us.
Two aspects of an energy. The positive pole is an energy's true or love-based manifestation. The negative pole is the distortion or constriction of that energy by fear.
Forest Stewardship] Trees from 5 to 7 inches in diameter at breast height.
(Tree) A tree 5 to 9 inches diameter at breast height (dbh).
Distance markers around the track
Markers at measured distances around a track. One-sixteenth poles are black and white striped. Eighth poles are green and white. Quarter poles are red and white.
Keywords:  hasn't, defined, term
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Vertical shaft, wood or metal, and usually rounded used to hold fixtures to which conductors are attached.
Keywords:  propel, oneself, held, along, balance
When held in the hand, used to propel oneself along, or balance. See also stock.
Keywords:  span, net, digits, two
Each of the two Net-Span digits.
The number of separate circuits that can be active through a switch at any one time.