any of the working components of a mechanism
They put toys with no moving parts in with the meals for kids under three years old.
It is not about to default, and as large as it is, it is still one moving part among many.
That single chapter, the most visceral and moving part of The Power Broker, took Caro six months to research and write.
When the moving part of the wire was carried up or down parallel to the dip, no effect was produced on the galvanometer.
There is hardly anything in them that could be called a moving part.
It was a brilliant rescue, but the moving part of the story is yet to tell.
Not that she minded the moving part of it—that was fun—but—.
"And I am the moving part," cried each of the pieces, giving a little wriggle to prove it.
Overheating, which has already been discussed and which may block a moving part.
These lamps are lighted when the moving part of the main switch reaches approximately the end of its travel.
The only moving part is the metering valve, which rises and falls with the changes in vacuum.