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DIAMETER
INTERFERENCE
STING
PIN
LIFT
VALVES
GIANT
HIT
ROCK
ASTRONOMERS
SKY
KANE
RAW
TURNING
DROP
LADDER MATCH
LOSING
WINNING
TRIPLE
SUN
ANGLE
MOON
ASTEROID
WATER PUMP
ALTERNATOR
CHRIS JERICHO
WRESTLEMANIA
INTERCONTINENTAL
BENOIT
BUCKLE
KONTUSZ
FEUD
SAMOA JOE
TIE
OBI
COASTAL BELT
SATELLITES
CLARKE BELT
NICKEL BELT
BELT LOOP
BELT LOOPS
MONEY BELT
WAIST
JUPITER
MAIN BELT
MAIN BELT ASTEROID
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Definitions

  1. Belt is located just to the west of the village of Hippolytushoef.
  2. The belt was returned to WCW by Flair when Jim Herd was let go and he received his deposit back plus interest. (Web site)
  3. The belt was traded back and forth with various opponents over the rest of the year, but in early 1983, Finlay lost it for the last time. (Web site)
  4. The belt is useful because a number of awards that the scout can earn are "belt loops" that fit on the cub scout belt.
  5. Timing belt is a toothed belt that connects the engine crankshaft to the camshaft or camshafts as you can see in the picture.

Diameter

  1. Mathilde is about 60 km in diameter and orbits in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. (Web site)
  2. It has a diameter of 530 km and is the second most massive asteroid in the "main belt" between Mars and Jupiter. (Web site)
  3. Ida, in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, is about 35 mi (56 km) long and 15 mi (24 km) in diameter. (Web site)

Interference

  1. The next night however, the result was overturned and the belt returned to Jericho due to the interference of Dean Malenko. (Web site)
  2. Accompanied by Taskmaster, he launched a challenge to Hogan for the belt to WCW heavyweight and won due to interference of the manager of Hogan, Jimmy Hart.
  3. At Destination X on March 13, Nash lost to The Outlaw in a First Blood match following interference from Jarrett, who struck Nash with his title belt.

Sting

  1. But the title was soon held up, and Hogan and Sting fought again at Superbrawl 1998, where Sting captured the belt.
  2. Flair said that he had promised Sting that he would be waiting for him to get better, and would hold the belt until then.
  3. When WCW executive JJ Dillon refused to give him back his belt, Sting struck him. (Web site)

Pin

  1. They went for the pin, but Edge hit Jeff with a title belt. (Web site)

Lift

  1. To wield Mjolnir, Thor wears the belt Megingjord, which boosts the wearer's strength and a pair of special iron gloves, Jarn Griepr, to lift the hammer.

Valves

  1. The valves are opened and closed by the camshaft(s) which are driven by chain, toothed belt or gear train from the crankshaft. (Web site)
  2. The diver controls the air supply by using valves on the belt or inside the helmet. (Web site)

Giant

  1. André the Giant then forfeited the belt to the "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase due to an arrangement that they had prior to the match. (Web site)
  2. The newly rechristened "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan won the match after knocking The Giant out with his title belt.
  3. Hogan got the upper hand in a series of matches, and a frustrated DiBiase approached André the Giant to win the belt for him. (Web site)

Hit

  1. Booker T faced JBL for the WWE Championship at the 2004 Survivor Series on November 14, but lost after he was hit in the head with the championship belt.
  2. His music finally hit and Cena walked out with a stern look on his face and with the belt wrapped around his waist. (Web site)
  3. In the end, however, Austin countered "old school," and hit the Stunner for the three count, after which Undertaker graciously handed him the title belt. (Web site)

Rock

  1. The Rock tried to get to his feet and Austin leveled him with the WWE title belt.
  2. With clean wins over Hulk Hogan and the Rock, Brock was WWE champion and carried the belt to wins over the Undertaker and others.
  3. McMahon, however, screwed Mankind once again by reversing the decision and returning the belt to his chosen champion, The Rock. (Web site)

Astronomers

  1. Astronomers now believe Pluto to be the largest[7] of the known Kuiper belt objects (KBOs).
  2. Astronomers believe that there are many more so-called "Kuiper Belt Objects" awaiting discovery in the cold, dark, outer reaches of the Solar System.
  3. Working together with David Jewitt and Jane Luu and other astronomers, she has co-discovered a number of Kuiper belt objects.

Sky

  1. If you have a smaller scope (8") wait until the belt of Orion is as high as it gets or in the darkest part of the sky for your area.
  2. From his belt there hangs a well defined deggar, which is known for one of the most famous nebulas in the sky: The Large Orion Nebula (M42).

Kane

  1. Kane picks up the title belt and then puts it across Drew’s chest.

Raw

  1. Why could Bret have not dropped the belt to Michaels on RAW, the monday before the PPV in an improptu scheduled match and then won by dq at Survivor Series.
  2. Aksana's Pro, Goldust, came out with the Million Dollar Championship belt he captured from Ted DiBiase on last night's edition of Raw.
  3. It also makes absolutely no sense that Kane, the ECW champion, is drafted to Raw and gets to take the belt with him. (Web site)

Turning

  1. Researchers believe the turning of the belt controls the sunspot cycle, and that's why the slowdown is important.
  2. RVD feuded with Anton in a successful effort to get revenge before turning his attention to new Television Champion Rhino but could not regain the belt. (Web site)

Drop

  1. Savage's plan was to win the belt and then drop it back to Jarrett at the next pay per view. (Web site)
  2. Hogan drops the belt to Yoko at KOTR (but doesn't drop it cleanly), while WWE goes with the failed Lex Luger "US Express" idea.

Ladder Match

  1. He lost the belt to RVD a month later in a ladder match on Raw. (Web site)
  2. Ladder match (participants must post a ladder in the middle of the ring and climb it to grasp a hanging object - usually a title belt). (Web site)

Losing

  1. Champions maintain permanent possession of these belts even upon losing their title, with a new belt made when a new champion is crowned. (Web site)
  2. Hogan would hold the belt for 2 months before losing in the rematch with Yokozuna at King of the Ring '93. (Web site)
  3. Without the outside interference, the Undertaker fell to Austin's Stone Cold Stunner, losing the belt. (Web site)

Winning

  1. I remember being so bummed that Flair lost the belt so soon after winning it when that match aired. (Web site)
  2. After winning the title she lost and regained the belt from opponents such as: Jazz, Victoria, Molly Holly, and Lita.
  3. After winning the Intercontinental Title back from Owen, Austin briefly feuded with The Rock over the belt. (Web site)

Triple

  1. At SummerSlam 2000, Angle and Triple H battled the Rock for the WWE title but Angle cost Hunter the title, and the Rock again retained the belt. (Web site)
  2. On the other hand if Batista were to pin Cody Rhodes then Triple H retains his belt. (Web site)
  3. Batista then went for a Batista Bomb, but Triple H hit Batista in the head with the championship belt. (Web site)

Sun

  1. Kuiper belt: A swarm of cometary bodies thought to orbit the Sun beyond Neptune at distances between 30 and 50 AU. (Web site)
  2. This places the new planet more or less in the Kuiper Belt, a dark realm beyond Neptune where thousands of small icy bodies orbit the sun. (Web site)
  3. Within the zodiac belt are the planets and the stars, which appear to move along the same path of sky as the sun does as it circles the entire earth.

Angle

  1. Angle had to carry and improvise the end of the match, and eventually dropped the belt to Lesnar.
  2. Lesnar, however, secretly worked with Vince McMahon on a plot against Angle and stated that he never tolerated losing the belt to him at Vengeance. (Web site)
  3. Later during the match as Austin was about to win, Angle struck Austin with the title belt which led to The Rock getting the victory. (Web site)

Moon

  1. The zodiac is the belt or band of constellations through which the Sun, Moon, and planets transit across the sky. (Web site)
  2. The planets and the moon are always found on the sky within a narrow belt, 18o wide, centered on the ecliptic, called the zodiac. (Web site)
  3. The mass of all the asteroids of the Main Belt is estimated to be about 3.0-3.6×10 21 kg,[7][8] or about 4% of the mass of our moon.

Asteroid

  1. Many of the meteorites that fall on Earth come from the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter.
  2. An early hypothesis, which is no longer favoured by astronomers, was that the asteroids in the asteroid belt are the remnants of a destroyed planet.
  3. The asteroid belt is the region of the Solar System located roughly between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter. (Web site)

Water Pump

  1. In some engine designs, the timing belt may also be used to drive other engine components such as the water pump and oil pump. (Web site)
  2. Water pump is driven by the engine crankshaft by a belt (in some cases it may be gear driven) 2. (Web site)

Alternator

  1. Timing belt replacement usually requires removal of the engine drive belt that operates the alternator, water pump, power steering pump and air conditioner.
  2. The alternator is connected to the engine by a belt and generates electricity to recharge the battery. (Web site)

Chris Jericho

  1. Chyna then feuded with Chris Jericho over the belt, defeating him at the Survivor Series, but losing the title to him at Armageddon.
  2. At Backlash, Chris Jericho yet again challenged Shelton Benjamin for the Intercontinental Championship, but failed in his attempt to win the belt. (Web site)
  3. Austin later lost the belt to wrestling's first Undisputed World Champion, Chris Jericho, that December. (Web site)

Wrestlemania

  1. Early 1997, Shawn forfeited his title because he didn't want to return the favor and drop the belt to Bret Hart at WrestleMania 13.
  2. It was later announced that the Undertaker would be the #1 Contender at Wrestlemania, taking on whoever held the belt at that time. (Web site)
  3. To get the Smoking Skull Belt for use in the create-a-belt option, win Road to Wrestlemania with Austin. (Web site)

Intercontinental

  1. Jericho then climbed the ladder and retrieved the Intercontinental Championship belt, winning the championship by doing so. (Web site)
  2. Austin hit Faarooq with the Intercontinental Championship belt while the referee's back was turned, causing Hart to win the match.
  3. Eddie would then win the Intercontinental Championship from his ["e;]mamacita["e;], Chyna after she won the belt at Summerslam. (Web site)

Benoit

  1. Helms is good, but I agree he should defend the belt, or drop it and begin fueding for the US Title, could be a good match between himself and Benoit.
  2. The match ended when Saturn had Benoit in the Rings of Saturn, Malenko stormed in with a belt, but Raven stopped him with the other.
  3. Both Benoit and Guerrero would go on to hold the WWE's heavyweight championship belt.

Buckle

  1. Other metallic objects worn with the suit (such as cuff links, tie bar, tie tack, watch) should match the belt buckle.
  2. At UrbanMall, the spot for hip hop clothing, bigstew offers a silver plated belt buckle with rhinestones that will set you back much less.
  3. As time goes by, more and more people come to realize that the belt buckle can definitely dress up any given outfit. (Web site)

Kontusz

  1. Pas kontuszowy (" kontusz belt") was a cloth belt used for compassing a kontusz.
  2. Only gradually it became a lighter garment to be worn underneath the kontusz, while the belt became a colourful affair worn over the kontusz.
  3. The kontusz was tied with a long, wide belt called a pas kontuszowy.

Feud

  1. With Batista as the new face of SmackDown!, there was no need for the new belt and a feud between Batista and JBL was set up. (Web site)
  2. He then continued his feud with Jake Roberts, who stole the Million Dollar Belt, leading to a match at WrestleMania VI where Roberts was counted out. (Web site)
  3. Booker Dusty Rhodes decided to put the belt on Terry Taylor to set up a feud with Nikita Koloff to unify the NWA and UWF Television titles. (Web site)

Samoa Joe

  1. Styles teamed up with Samoa Joe against Sting and Nash but came up short after Nash hit Joe with Sting's TNA World Heavyweight Championship belt.
  2. Samoa Joe defended the X Division Championship against Styles and Daniels in an Ultimate X match at Destination X and lost the belt to Daniels. (Web site)

Tie

  1. Cross the belt at the back, and then tie it in front.
  2. A tie is usually tied with a basic Windsor knot that allows the necktie to fall at the belt line.
  3. SHODAN! To tie the black belt around my gi was a feeling I can't describe. (Web site)

Obi

  1. The belt, obi is wrapped twice around the body similar to in karate or judo. (Web site)
  2. It is also used decoratively and to tie the Obi (or belt) of a martial arts keikogi. (Web site)
  3. Keito is a kenjutsu term for the sword held in a position at the left side as if it were being held in the belt, obi.

Coastal Belt

  1. This movement is westward in the coastal belt of the East Wind Drift at the continent edge and eastward (farther north) at the belt of the West Wind Drift.
  2. Geographically, Kerala is a part of the coastal belt and the Western Ghats runs along the Kerala.
  3. In the north, east and along the coastal belt, summer seasonality encourages C4 grass production and the main focus is cattle and sheep production. (Web site)

Satellites

  1. There is some overlap between low Earth orbit and the Van Allen belt, with some satellites residing in the belt.
  2. Many Kuiper belt objects have multiple satellites and most have orbits that take them outside the plane of the ecliptic.
  3. The Astro-Metrics Concept envisions the asteroid belt and plenatary rings as the results of "exploded" tiny planets or satellites. (Web site)

Clarke Belt

  1. The orbital "belt" around the Earth containing communications satellites would later be named the Clarke Belt in honor of Arthur C. Clarke's original vision. (Web site)
  2. Satellites maintain proper positioning in the Clarke Belt with onboard fuel. (Web site)
  3. A polar mount allows the dish to track the arc of the satellites in the Clarke Belt with a single movement from east to west. (Web site)

Nickel Belt

  1. Nickel Belt is an informal nickname for the Sudbury region in Northern Ontario, because of the belt of nickel ore deposits found in the area. (Web site)
  2. The NDP government was defeated in the 1995 provincial election, although Laughren was able to retain Nickel Belt with a somewhat reduced majority. (Web site)
  3. This change resulted in Sudbury East being reabsorbed back into Nickel Belt. (Web site)

Belt Loop

  1. The Pin: Once the boy has earned the belt loop, he may choose to stop; however, some boys will want to continue with the activity.
  2. Belt Loop - Metal loops that secure around the Cub Scout belt. (Web site)
  3. The same belt loop may be earned once within each rank. (Web site)

Belt Loops

  1. All boys may earn belt loops more than once; however, leaders should encourage boys to try different requirements and earn the pin.
  2. The Boy Scouts of America is pleased to announce the introduction of 13 new belt loops and pins as part of the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program. (Web site)
  3. Trousers (pants) worn with a dinner jacket, being formal, should not have turn-ups (cuffs) or belt loops.

Money Belt

  1. A money belt is a small, nylon-zippered pouch that fastens around the waist under your pants or skirt.
  2. A money belt is a small, nylon-zippered pouch on an elastic belt.
  3. The Money belt has a gold finish buckle on the brown and black straps.

Waist

  1. Trousers are worn at the hips or waist, and may be held up by their own fastenings, a belt, or suspenders. (Web site)
  2. A loincloth is a long piece of hide secured with a belt that hangs down from the waist in both the front and back. (Web site)
  3. After the match, DiBiase ordered Virgil to put the Million Dollar Championship belt around his waist.

Jupiter

  1. Almost all asteroids are part of the Main Asteroid Belt, with orbits in the vast region of space between Mars and Jupiter. (Web site)
  2. The others are the Kuiper Belt just beyond Neptune, the Jupiter Trojans, and the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
  3. The vast majority of asteroids are found within the main asteroid belt, with elliptical orbits between those of Mars and Jupiter.

Main Belt

  1. A large number of asteroids have orbits between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, roughly 2 to 4 AU, in a region known as the Main belt. (Web site)
  2. Only one known concentration of asteroids, the Hungaria group, occupies the region between Mars and the inner edge of the main belt. (Web site)
  3. Main-belt asteroid - An asteroid which orbits in the Main Belt, usually between Mars and Jupiter. (Web site)

Main Belt Asteroid

  1. Persephone is the name of a Main belt asteroid with a diameter of 49.1km, discovered by Max Wolf in 1895 in Heidelberg. (Web site)

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