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The two-a-day football practices that coaches once used to toughen up their teams and cram for the start of the season are going the way of tear-away jerseys and the wishbone formation.
But Cromwell, a wishbone quarterback and near-Olympic-level 400-meter hurdler at Kansas in the 1970s, helped define the position of the modern, ball-hawking, hard-hitting safety with the Rams from ’77 to ’87.
The suspension uses double wishbones up front and a multilink arrangement at the rear, with active dampers that are continuously controlled by the car's brain, known in Alfa-speak as the Chassis Domain Controller.
Highlander rides on a 109.8-inch wheelbase, and the independent front McPherson struts and rear double wishbone suspension eat up highway imperfections.
Handling also is helped by the new rear double-wishbone suspension and a more-rigid body.
The suspension is a double wishbone arrangement at the front and an integral link setup at the rear, with monotube dampers all around.
Wishbone solves crimes and re-enacts great literature.
Wilbur Jackson arrived at just the right time at the start of the wishbone days as Alabama's first African-American high school signee.
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First Known Use: 1847See Words from the same year
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