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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcaliperscal‧i‧pers /ˈkæləpəz $ -ərz/ noun [plural]  XXthe American spelling of callipers
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calipersIn the preschool program scales must be properly calibrated, and calipers must be properly adjusted. 4.Fat calipers, motivation tapes, an exercise video, and some recipes pad out her product.Judith C had been disabled since birth, getting about with sticks and, for much of her life, leg calipers.And you had to sign a chit to use things like the height gauge, the big micrometers, calipers.From these other points could be measured by triangulation with compasses or calipers.It's been replaced by a pair of cheaper steel discs gripped by Brembo four-pot calipers.The cast-iron disc brakes work with four-pot calipers and it rides on 10ins rims at the front and 14ins at the rear.Ever the engineers, they used calipers to make their measurements.
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