Without the carried interest rate, lobbyists will tell you with a straight face, the engine of capitalism would break down.
According to the Joongang Daily, a similar drone found on March 24th had a Japanese-built engine, with other parts made in China.
Other A380 operators, Air France and Lufthansa, also opted for the engine Alliance engines.
The engine clears the bay and firefighters in full gear hop aboard.
At the first hint of sunlight, they heard an engine start somewhere in the distance.
A scuttle in the deck of a steamer to admit fuel for the engine.
By this engine, whose springs I am continually oiling, I play them all off.
It was now for Ralph a race to the engine and his friend Barton.
But when K., growing uneasy, came out into the yard, the engine had started at last.
When an engine is all right they keep at it till it is all wrong.
c.1300, "mechanical device," also "skill, craft," from Old French engin "skill, cleverness," also "trick, deceit, stratagem; war machine" (12c.), from Latin ingenium "inborn qualities, talent" (see ingenious). At first meaning a trick or device, or any machine (especially military); sense of "device that converts energy to mechanical power" is 18c., especially of steam engines.
A machine that turns energy into mechanical force or motion, especially one that gets its energy from a source of heat, such as the burning of a fuel. The efficiency of an engine is the ratio between the kinetic energy produced by the machine and the energy needed to produce it. See more at internal-combustion engine, steam engine., See also motor.