contact consisting of a conducting arm that rotates over a series of fixed contacts and comes to rest on an outlet
windshield wiper: a mechanical device that cleans the windshield
A hybrid striped bass, also known as a wiper or whiterock bass, is a hybrid between the striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and the white bass (M. chrysops). It can be distinguished from the striped bass by broken rather than solid horizontal stripes on the body. ...
A lawn mower is a machine that uses a revolving blade or blades to cut a lawn at an even length.
A wiper is the most junior crewmember in the engine room of a ship. Their role consists of cleaning the engine spaces and machinery, and assisting the engineers as directed.
The One Piece manga and anime series features an extensive cast of characters created by Eiichiro Oda. ...
The Wipers were a punk rock group formed in Portland, Oregon in 1977 by guitarist Greg Sage, drummer Sam Henry and bassist Dave Koupal. ...
(Wipers (car)) A windscreen wiper or windshield wiper is a device used to remove rain and debris from a windscreen or windshield. Almost all motor vehicles, including trains, aircraft and watercraft, are equipped with such wipers, which are usually a legal requirement.
(The Wipers (album)) The Wipers is a self-titled live album by the punk rock band The Wipers. First released in 1985.
(Wipers) Made from recycled cotton or predominately cotton garments unless otherwise specified.
(Wipers) Slang for the town of Ypres
(Wipers) The -band that originally performed "D7" and "Return of the Rat", both songs that Nirvana covered. Both written by Greg Sage.
(Wipers) wiper blades serve the purpose of clearing water and debris from the driver’s field of view. When wipers wear out from sun and usage, they start to leave streaks witch inhibit driver vision rendering them a hazard. ...
Wipers are cloths or cloth-like materials used to clean soils and liquids.
Short for wiper die; the tool in a rotary-draw bending set-up which prevents the formation of a terminal hump or wrinkle (which see) on the inside radius of the bend. The wiper is fixtured between the cavity of the bend die and the tube immediately behind the line of tangency. ...
flexible ring used to remove dirt, dust, mud, and other contaminants from a rod or a shaft in order to prevent them from entering a hydraulic, pneumatic, or mechanical system; also known as a wiper ring.
Same as "Cam." -- An eccentric; a piece fixed upon a revolving shaft in such a manner as to produce a reciprocating motion in a member making contact with it.