Tyre

• (v. i.) To prey. See 4th Tire. • Curdled milk. • (n. & v.) Attire. See 2d and 3d Tire.
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Tyre

A tyre or tire is a hoop, band, or air-filled tube on the rim of a wheel. The steel tyre of a wooden carriage or cart wheel binds the felloes and spokes tightly together, and takes the wear of usage. The tyre is made rather smaller in the first instance, is expanded by heat until it will pass over the felloes, and is allowed to cool, contracting an...
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tyre

An inflatable rubber hoop fitted round the rims of bicycle, car, and other road-vehicle wheels. The first pneumatic rubber tyre was patented in 1845 by the Scottish engineer Robert William Thomson (1822–73), but it was the Scottish inventor John Boyd Dunlop of Belfast who independently reinvented pneumatic tyres for use with bicycles in 18...
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Tyre

The rubber part of the wheel which contacts the ground. The construction can be bias-ply, bias-belted, or radial. The plies are made of rayon, nylon, and polyester. Belting can be fibreglass, steel, or kevlar. The rest of the tyre is hard rubber.Tyre BeadThat portion of the tire that bears against the rim flange. The bead has a number of turns of s...
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Tyre

town on the Mediterranean coast of southern Lebanon, located 12 miles (19 km) north of the modern border with Israel and 25 miles (40 km) south of ... [8 related articles]
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Tyre

Tyre (tīr) , ancient city of Phoenicia, S of Sidon. It is the present-day Sur in Lebanon, a small town on a peninsula jutting into the Mediterranean from the mainland of Syria S of Beirut. It was built on an island just off the mainland, but the accumulation of sand around a mole built by Alex...
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Tyre

Tyre is a name for boys. The meaning is `war and justice` The name Tyre is -as far as we know- only given to American boys. The name sounds like: Tore, Tre, Tyr, Tyree Similar names are: Tye, Tyrel, Tyce
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