• Geology
  • Published 1983

Re-mating in birds

@inproceedings{Rowley1983RematingIB,
  title={Re-mating in birds},
  author={I. C. R. Rowley},
  year={1983}
}
A paper cutter of the type having a rotary blade movable adjacent to and along one side margin of a board for supporting paper wherein the blade is coupled to one of a pair of adjacent rollers carried by a channel member disposed longitudinally of the side margin of the board. A resilient strap is secured at its ends to the ends of the channel member and is partially wrapped around the rollers to cause rotation of the same while permitting movement of the rollers and thereby the cutter blade… CONTINUE READING

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