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  • n  housing for a crankshaft

  • From the cylinders, the fuel enters the crankcase, where its hydrocarbon-rich fumes mingle with the vapors from hot engine oil, then slip out through a vent into the surrounding .
  • When an unsuspecting motorist stopped to have his oil checked, the attendant would disable the car by tinkering with the generator or pouring water in the crankcase oil, then .
  • Her sponsors set a leisurely schedule of nine days for the northward flight, but a crankcase broke near Para, Brazil, and there the laggard sat down again to await a new motor .
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