The success of the whole structure was extremely sensitive to the size of the axle.
When we finally made it into the village, the axle on one of our trucks split in half.
This intricate sequence wrapped us around the axle more than once during design and testing in the years preceding launch.
For rabbits he uses Frazer's axle grease, and kills borers with knife.
How tremulous-dazzlingly the wheels sweep190 Around their axle!
The gearing is attached to the axle and countershaft which extend across the engine.
They were buried to the axle; in front of them the mud bulked in solid, shiny blackness.
For rabbits I rub the trees with axle grease, or tar and fish oil, or old lard, mixed; apply with a cloth.
Upon the axle of the winding pulley there is a break pulley, p.
This trolley carries the axle to an elevator, which lifts it to a conveyor baking oven, located in a section of the roof.
"pole or pin upon which a wheel revolves," Middle English axel-, from some combination of Old English eax and Old Norse öxull "axis," both from Proto-Germanic *akhsulaz (cf. Old English eaxl, Old Saxon ahsla, Old High German ahsala, German Achsel "shoulder"), from PIE *aks- "axis" (see axis). Found only in compound axle-tree before 14c.
An early string processing language in which a program consists of an "assertion table" specifying patterns and an "imperative table" specifying replacements.
["AXLE: An Axiomatic Language for String Transformations", K. Cohen et al, CACM 8(11):657-661, Nov 1965].