The Phoenicians, as was only to be expected of those traders and artisans of the ancient world, appear to have adopted both the cylinder of Assyria and the scarab of Egypt as have survived the numerous engraved stones or g pebbles, technically called gems, which served as matrices and in most instances were undoubtedly mounted as finger-rings or were furnished with swivels.
The stranded vessels were protected by nine French gunboats each carrying a 12-pounder carronade and six swivels and rowing between twenty and thirty oars.
sling swivels are mounted on the left side of the stock.
swivels 360 degrees.
swivels through 90 degrees to allow even larger bowl turning.
swivels smoothly on ball bearings, much to Sasha's disgust when I get playful.
This carbine has no handguards and the sling swivels are mounted on the left side of the stock.
The display sits on a small but stable circular base, under which is an embedded lazy Susan that swivels 360 degrees.
The headstock swivels through 90 degrees to allow even larger bowl turning.
The stool also swivels smoothly on ball bearings, much to Sasha 's disgust when I get playful.
The swivel-head type of lamp will normally have an adjustable front shade portion that usually swivels along the horizontal and the vertical axis and allows you to control the direction of the light source.
It's black and comes with a detachable keyboard that swivels when it is attached.
For example, if it's a small desk you might not need one with wheels or one that swivels.
The best flash is a hot shoe mounted flash with a head that swivels.
A total of 187 of these fountainheads are on mechanical swivels so water can be pointed in any direction.
The mop head swivels back and forth easily.
While structural integrity is important, the most solid helmet isn't much use if it's so tight that it gives the player a headache, or so loose that it swivels on the head and blocks vision.
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