erectable

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  • Their important design features are their low-cost and that they were erectable quickly by unskilled workers.
  • This species is named for erectable epaulettes of hair that form around large scent glands in males only.
  • The collar, which is erectable, is white, and it joins through the neck with a white throat.
  • It is amphibious when using the erectable flotation screen stowed around the periphery of the upper hull.
  • For more leisurely progress, a camping skiff has an easily erectable canvas cover and is used for outdoor recreational activity holidays.
  • A camping skiff has an easily erectable canvas cover and is used for outdoor recreational activity holidays, often in conjunction with other activities such as walking, swimming and fishing.
  • The local debate was ongoing for months, and mainly focused on two issues: whether the commissioning of the sculpture was good use of public money, and maybe less serious, a concern about the newly erected sculpture's lack of an erectable device.
  • Slide/rafts usually feature an erectable canopy, outer compartments to hold passengers and survival packs containing items such as leak stoppers, paddles and flares.
  • Possible payloads included a Manned Maneuvering Unit that would allow an astronaut to maneuver around the spacecraft, an advanced navigation system, an erectable structure, and a large ground mapping radar.
  • In 1969, Morin produced the gold-plated mesh used on the Apollo Lunar Module's erectable S-band antenna.
  • Operating at 60 MHz (6-m) with 50-kW power, the TRU had two vans for the electronic equipment plus a power van; it used a 105-ft erectable tower to support a transmitting antenna and two receiving antennas.