Spring Clip Terminals

Technology / Home Audio / Spring Clip Terminals: Are usually found on lower-priced speakers, and low- to medium-priced receivers. They work best with bare wire connections with small-gauge speaker wire, or pin-type connectors (see connectors, above).

Other Words for Clip

Clip Verb Synonyms: clasp, fasten, fix, attach, hold, clinch, staple
Clip Noun Synonyms: trim (off), lop (off), cut (off), crop, bob, snip
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Other Words for Spring

Spring Verb Synonyms: start or begin or experience or cause to occur or appear or happen suddenly or unexpectedly, broach, pop, introduce or divulge or reveal or disclose suddenly or unexpectedly
Spring Noun Synonyms: leap, bound, jump, hop, vault, dart, fly, bounce
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Solar Eclipse

Science / Astrology / Solar Eclipse: See eclipse. MORE

Spring

Science / Weather / Spring: The season of the year which occurs as the sun approaches the summer solstice, and characterized by increasing temperatures in the mid-latitudes. Customarily, this refers to the months of March, April MORE

Spring Clip Terminals

Technology / Home Audio / Spring Clip Terminals: Are usually found on lower-priced speakers, and low- to medium-priced receivers. They work best with bare wire connections with small-gauge speaker wire, or pin-type connectors (see connectors, above) MORE

Penumbral Eclipse

Science / Astrology / Penumbral Eclipse: The term applied when the Moon passes through Earth's penumbra; the shadow does not obliterate the Moon form Earth's view but causes it to appear orangish or copper-colored. MORE

Obliquity Of The Ecliptic

Science / Astrology / Obliquity Of The Ecliptic: The angle between the plane of the ecliptic and the plane of the equator. It now measures about 23°27', and is decreasing at the rate of one minute in 128 years. MORE

Low Water Equinoctial Springs

Science / Tides and Currents / Low Water Equinoctial Springs: Low water springs near the times of the equinoxes. Expressed in terms of the harmonic constants, it is an elevation depressed below mean sea level by an amount equal to the sum of the amplitudes of th MORE

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