Horse Latitudes: Located between 30° North and 30° South in the vicinity of the equator, this area typically has calm or light and variable winds.
Middle Latitudes: The latitude belt roughly between 35 and 65 degrees North and South. May be referred to as the temperate region.
Low Latitudes: The latitude belt between 30 and 0 degrees North and South of the equator. Also referred to as the tropical or torrid region.
On His Horse: Phrase commonly used to describe an outfielder running after a fly ball.
Horsepower (HP): A measure of power calculated by multiplying torque times speed and dividing by a constant based on the unit of measure used. At the same torque, or pull on the belt, a reduction of speed re . . . View Full Definition
Shavegrass (Horsetail herb): Stabilizes and strengthens lung membranes, effective in healing urinary tract infections.
Workhorse: Phrase used to describe a pitcher who can pitch a lot of innings.
Horsehide: Refers to a baseball, which is now made from the material.
High Latitudes: The latitude belt roughly between 60° and 90° North and South.
Fractional-Horsepower Motor: A motor usually built in a frame smaller than that having a continuous rating of one horsepower, open construction, at 1700 -1800 rpm. Within NEMA frame sizes FHP encompasses the 42, 48 and . . . View Full Definition
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