- n roller that has teeth on the rims to pull film or paper through
- n thin wheel with teeth that engage with a chain
- n tooth on the rim of gear wheel
- He was pretty inventive about it: Jane would catch her skirt in a bicycle sprocket, in revolving machinery, in a plane fall (see cut) or a pratfall.
- He kneels down with a lit candle next to him, his hands greasy and black as he works to reattach the chain to the gear sprockets.
- His television experiments, begun in 1912, were long pursued in garrets with the homeliest of apparatusbicycle sprockets, bull's-eye lenses, biscuit tins, cardboard .
News & Articles
- Toad the Wet Sprocket coming to Turner Hall
Turner Hall Ballroom, 1034 N. 4th St., will host alt rockers Toad the Wet Sprocket on Nov. 2.
June 17, 2013 - OnMilwaukee.com
- P.M. UPDATE: Warner company completes Phase 2 of network
Warner-based and locally owned Cross Wireless has completed Phase 2 of their 4G LTE network build out, according to a media release. Cross Wireless, dba Sprocket Wireless, has completed the first two phases of a three-phase deployment.
June 17, 2013 - Muskogee Phoenix
- Beck in Scene
It took a long time to get it figured owner,Beck said. "We lab tested and then road tested it. (Wheel & Sprocket) Owner Chris Kegel's son, Julius, rode a prototype from Wisconsin to Vermont . We worked everything out and got production...
- Andy Hampsten in VeloNews
Remembering the Lavaredo climb at the '89 race, America's only Giro champion Andy Hampsten said, "The Tre Cime is one of the steepest, longest climbs I've ever done. We fitted 39x26 gears : and I kept it in my 26 sprocket most of the time. It was a...
- Alexandre Vinokourov in Independent Online
I think what happened was my chain dropped off the sprocket at the back when I was changing gear, but I'm sure it wasn't decisive as regards the victory,said Vinokourov.