The VMPL50A-B1 does not come with the bolts that TCL specifies for their 55-inch TV.
In ancient times people believed that angry gods threw lightning bolts from the heavens.
It's being held in by the bolts at present, but see if it springs into a different shape.
(In many cases, the cows are not quite killed by the bolts, and so remain conscious as they are skinned and dismembered.)
Bolts, fasteners, fences and other restraints have been constructed to keep thieves away.
Same for assembly that requires lots of screws and bolts, or screws and bolts of multiple sizes.
Domaszowec climbed out, hooked on, and leaned back on the belt, and the seven-inch bolts pulled straight out of the wall.
Steel columns are joined to foundations with base plates welded to the columns and held by anchor bolts embedded in the concrete.
Sport climbing takes place on routes, either in gyms or outdoors, that have fixed protection; you hook your rope into existing bolts.
But the machinery was slow and inconsistent in tightening the bolts that secure the seats and connecting the wiring that supplies power to them.
Who remembers the nuts-and-bolts of Henry Ford's Model T, or the fact that Enzo Ferrari started selling road cars only to fund his racing efforts?
If you're looking for a clean finished look, it's worth noting that there are no caps supplied to cover the bolts on the crib, which are visible from the sides.
It remains unclear how such untraditional rallies will translate into the nuts-and-bolts of nominations like endorsements, voter registration, fund-raising and debates.
"We spent more than $1 million and engaged world-renowned subject matter experts, developed a testing program, conducted extensive studies, and examined more than 500 bolts.
You monitor the descent angle closely as the de-orbit procedure begins to slow you down, the Soyuz separates into three parts, the explosive bolts slamming and banging like sledgehammers.
The CB2 frame required only eight bolts to piece it together (it came with a hex wrench to help) and an additional 16 bolts to secure the slats onto the frame and the center beam.
The company he works for, Virginia International Logistics, carries everything from the nuts and bolts of the trucking industry (they take nuts and bolts from Birmingham to Ireland) to food, car parts, clothes and, naturally, the kitchen sink (kitchens go to Dublin).
SAN FRANCISCO — When Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts addressed a few hundred donors last week at a fund-raiser for the Democratic National Committee, she called for “big, structural change” and hurled her familiar populist lightning bolts at the forces of concentrated wealth.
Most mounts come with seven or eight different-size bolts, but only the VMPL50A-B1 and the Rocketfish RF-TVMLPT03 come with 10.2 This simply gives a greater chance at a successful installation the first time through without having to call the manufacturer to request bolts that are compatible with your TV.3
But as soon as the spike of the last helmet was out of sight Berthine lowered the heavy oaken lid—thick as a wall, hard as steel, furnished with the hinges and bolts of a prison cell—shot the two heavy bolts, and began to laugh long and silently, possessed with a mad longing to dance above the heads of her prisoners.
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But as soon as the spike of the last helmet was out of sight Berthine lowered the heavy oaken lid—thick as a wall hard as steel furnished with the hinges and bolts of a prison cell—shot the two heavy bolts and began to laugh long and silently possessed with a mad longing to dance above the heads of her prisoners