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- adj. having the ability to rotate
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being rotated; admitting of rotation or rotatory movement.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being rotated
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A printer that "prints" thin layers of plastic which eventually form a 3-D model is proving invaluable at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) for creating fast prototypes such as rotatable collimators.
Just these rotatable strong women that really helped to build up the church.
One (1) articulated shoulder-mounted gatling gun, rotatable and multidirectional
Although he considers many of the Capitals 'forwards as easily rotatable, Boudreau added that part of the decision of where to put Johansson came down to the already comfortable familiarity between Tomas Fleischmann, Jason Chimera and Eric Fehr when they're on a line together.
Each Bender is just over 3″ tall, made of all metal (nickel plated!), and has a rotatable head.
Decorators use it to create frosting roses on a rotatable surface and then transfer the flower to a cake.
The advantage of having the snails on a rotatable glass plate is that they can be examined from different angles.
Its range of ports, wireless networking and styling is similar to the Eee PC, with the exception of a 1GHz Via C7 processor, a 30GB hard disk, a fully rotatable screen and a keyboard split into two rigid, touch-sensitive panels.
To achieve this the developers created their own extensions to the Google Maps API, such as long-distance panning and a moveable and rotatable arrow on the map that indicates specific locations.
David Muir examined what exactly makes Michael Phelps such a superstar (answers: massive arm span, unusually rotatable feet, 12,000 daily calories).