Noun(1) a worker who casts molten metal into finished products(2) a shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling powdered sugar(3) a pivoting roller attached to the bottom of furniture or trucks or portable machines to make them movable
(1) The maker's mark is that of Samuel Wood, a caster and cruet frame maker who rarely employed chased decoration.(2) On occasion a slight problem occurs and the spell backfires on the caster and the caster had either killed themselves or killed others near them.(3) Although the dating of the bottles to 1743 is doubted by some, a second frame, London hallmarked for 1748, contains similarly styled bottles and a silver pepper caster .(4) The key to its versatility is a unique, front caster 8-in. wheel that can lock in place for high-speed cruising.(5) It has two aluminum lower control arms, a slightly positive steering offset and large steering caster .(6) Caster sugar is so named because it is of the right fineness for use in a sugar caster or sprinkler.(7) The company produces various types of rubber components, including caster wheels, mainly for the European automotive manufacturers.(8) A user of the vehicle can select adjustments to the calculated drive brake force and, if provided, can also select independent adjustments to the calculated caster brake force.(9) The frame is simple by design but the choice of caster wheel assemblies is critical for proper operation.(10) The German cart has lots of caster angle in the front steering, by design - actual casters are used.(11) The Hellenistic bronzes from Rhodes parallel the Greek ceramic evidence with their recording of both sculptor and caster .(12) While they were at it, engineers tuned up the steering geometry slightly with extra caster to enhance the XLR's on-center road sense.(13) A system of divination consists of a set of symbols which contain significant meaning to the caster .(14) Negative caster requires less steering effort but can cause the car to wander down the straightaway.(15) There's also plenty of tweaking that can be done to the mechanics of the car, ranging from adjusting the wings to tire caster , to just about any other tweak you can think of to tailor car performance to the conditions of a race.(16) At higher speeds the friction on the caster pins is reduced as the glider produces lift and may allow the caster to wobble.
(1) caster sugar :: グラニュー糖
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Different Formscaster, casters
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