But Tarzan is also the armature for a heady display which reaches way beyond the simple chronicling of a pop phenomenon.
Let A represent the armature, with a pair of grooves (B) for the wires.
The voltage then depends on the speed at which the armature is driven.
In the motor the armature, in turn, is rotated by this current.
They differ in the armature of their cones and in their seed-wings.
During the normal operation of the lamp the armature lever L remains practically stationary, in the position shown in Fig. 283.
The heels of all are armed, though their armature is as varied as the costumes.
The magneto is the usual six-cylinder form having the armature geared to revolve at one and one-half times crank-shaft speed.
Simple, Simplex: without process, armature, or appendage of any kind.
As armature, commutator, and shaft rotate, the brushes connect first with one segment of the commutator and then with the other.
c.1400, "an armed force," from Latin armatura "armor, equipment," from armatus, past participle of armare "to arm, furnish with weapons" from arma (see arm (n.2)). Meaning "armor" is mid-15c.; that of "protective covering of a plant or animal" is from 1660s. Electromagnetic sense is from 1835.