Reversing

[vehicle maneuver] Reversing (also known as backing up) is the process of driving a vehicle in the reverse direction in order to maneuver. Rear view mirrors are standard equipment for this endeavor. Extremely large or luxury vehicles may have in addition technical aids such as backup cameras. Many industrial vehicles such as fork lifts auto
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Reversing

ReĀ·vers'ing adjective Serving to effect reversal, as of motion; capable of being reversed. Reversing engine , a steam engine having a reversing gear by means of which it can be made to run in either direction at will. -- Reversing gear (Machinery) , gear for revers
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Reversing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Reverse • (a.) Serving to effect reversal, as of motion; capable of being reversed.
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Reversing

A procedure where hive bodies are switched, with the top hive body placed under the original lower hive body containing little or no brood. Allows brood area to continue upward in natural expansion, and relieves congestion; usually done in spring as often as needed every few weeks.
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Reversing

Choose an appropriate place to complete the manoeuvre. Do not reverse from a side road into a main road. Before you start to reverse you should use all your mirrors and check the
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Reversing

Unless otherwise specified, a general-purpose DC motor is reversible. A DC motor can be reversed by
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