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  • A screwdriver is a tool for driving screws and rotating other machine elements with the mating drive system. The screwdriver is made up of a head or tip, which engages with a screw, a mechanism to apply torque by rotating the tip, and some way to position and support the screwdriver.
  • a cocktail made with vodka and orange juice
  • a hand tool for driving screws; has a tip that fits into the head of a screw
  • A tool with a flattened, cross-shaped, or star-shaped tip that fits into the head of a screw to turn it
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  • Most common type of amplification that amplifies the negative and positive sides of the waveform separately. Allows for much higher power output than single-ended.
  • A type of amplifier design. A tube or transistor that outputs positive voltage swings is matched with a second tube or transistor that outputs negative voltage swings. This results in a symmetrical response for positive and negative voltages.
  • A type of train where the carriages are kept permanently coupled to the locomotive (usually a tank loco) which pulls them in one direction then pushes them in the other.

Changing the brake pads
Changing the brake pads
The front brakes have never been as 'tight' as I wanted and I knew they could be better. The pads looked to be halfway down or worse, so I wanted to see if a new set would make a difference. Changing the pads is one of those jobs which is pretty easy, though with a couple of possible trip-ups. Once you've got the front tyre off the first thing you need to do is locate the two bolts holding the calliper onto the hub. These bolts are on the reverse of the hub, near the bleed screw. Between the two bolts is a flat piece of metal called the lock tab. The purpose of this is to ensure the two bolt heads do not move, and to do this each end of the lock tab is bent over against a flat side of the bolt head, securing it in place. A thin-ended screwdriver and small hammer will take care of this, but the tab will need to be fully straightened to allow a socket to fit over the bolt head. Before you slacken off the bolts, ensure you have something to rest the calliper on to prevent pulling on the brake hose. Once these two bolts have been removed, the calliper should slide off the disc. Next up is to remove the pads. The pads are held in place by two H-shaped sprung clips which are tensioned by two split pins (fig 3). Having removed the pins the clips should drop out. The pads might need a little tap to loosen as they will have probably stuck to the calliper pistons. I found that mine were at least half-way worn and one was almost down to the backing (fig 1 shows the old pad, right compared to the new one, left). As you will be putting new pads in, you will need to push back the pistons (shown in fig 2 as silver) as the new pads will be that much thicker and you need enough room between them to fit the calliper back over the disc. I had read that undoing the bleed screw would allow you to push the pistons back by hand (as you aren't pushing fluid all the way back to the cylinder), but this didn't work and trying it just left me with a puddle of brake fluid. So instead I resorted back to the standard practice of taking the top off the master cylinder in the engine bay and using a small G-clamp to force the pistons all the way back. Now drop the new pads into the calliper, place the sprung clips on top of them and add the new split pins, but don't split the pins until you've checked it all fits back on the disc. Once it's all back in place, bleed the system. Result - the MG now stops when I want it to, giving me much more confidence.
Innocent Protesters?
Innocent Protesters?
Anarchists in St. Paul attacked RNC busses today in route to the Excel Center. The anarchists and Leftists knew when the busses would be heading to the convention and were waiting for them. When the GOP busses started to take delegates from Minneapolis to St. Paul the anarchists started throwing sandbags and cement bags at the busses. One bus was hit with cement bags that the anarchists were throwing off the overpasses down on the interstate. At the Xcel Convention Center in Saint Paul, the protesters wore black clothes, bandanas and gas masks, some of their members smashed windows of cars and stores. They tipped over newspaper boxes, pulled a big trash bin into the street, bent the rear view mirrors on a bus and flipped heavy stone garbage bins on the sidewalks. One man who seemed to be the leader of the group carried a yellow flag with the motto "Don't Tread on Me." The group chanted: "Whose streets? Our streets!" Meanwhile, a group of about 100 anarchists pushed a trash bin filled with trash and threw garbage in the streets and at cars. They also took down orange detour road signs. One of them used a screwdriver to puncture the back tire of a limousine waiting at an intersection and threw a wooden board at the vehicle, denting its side. Another hurled a glass bottle at a charter bus that had stopped at an intersection. Photo: 2008 09 01 USA MN Saint Paul protesters

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