See also:pin or spindle on which a
See also:wheel turns . In carriages the
See also:tree is the
See also:bar on which the wheels are mounted, the axles being strictly its thinner rounded prolongations on which they actually turn . The pins which pass through the ends of the axles and keep the wheels from slipping off are known as axle-pins or " linch-pins," " liuch " being a corruption, due to confusion with "
See also:link," of the Old
See also:English word for " axle," lynis, cf . Ger . Lunse . AX -
See also:LES - THERMES, a watering place of south-western France, in the department of
See also:Ariege, at the confluence of the Ariege with three tributaries, 26 m . S.S.E. of
See also:Foix by
See also:rail . Pop . (1906) 1179 . Ax (
See also:Aquae), situated at a height of 2300 ft., is well known for its warm
See also:sulphur springs (77°-172° F.), of which there are about sixty . The
See also:waters, which were used by the Romans, are efficacious in the treatment of
See also:rheumatism, 'skin diseases and other maladies .
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