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There’s a piston inside it — like in a bicycle pump.
Trying to start the car could bend parts that connect the pistons to the rest of the drive train, said John Nielsen, managing director of automotive engineering for AAA.
An ordinary doorbell closes a circuit that activates an electromagnet, which moves a piston to sound a bell.
This fall, Apple’s giving you a choice: get a seat on the best piston airliner ever, or take a chance on jet engines.
Deeper water could enter the cylinders that surround the pistons.
Maybe the Longhorns get the pistons pumping at full speed on both sides of the ball with a two-way bludgeoning of San Jose State and head to Los Angeles with enough confidence to make the Trojans sweat for a while.
Once the latter was created, the piston-engine helicopter became moot.
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