(1) Levers can incorporate interlocks, requiring the user to actuate a release mechanism before he or she can move the lever.(2) Finally, the device driver for the appropriate device translates the commands to analog signals that actuate the device.(3) Because the pushrod doesn't actuate the valve, no combustion takes place.(4) The moving cantilever can actuate another device or move a cam or wheel to generate rotary motion.(5) Yes, that is looking at ├ö├ç├┐political├ö├ç├û even on a narrow view, that is, as what might ultimately actuate voters in exercising rights under sections 7, 24 or 128 of the Constitution.(6) The air springs and shock absorbers use electronic sensors and and computer-controlled actuation to match suspension response to road conditions, driving style, and cornering force.(7) Twenty percent of the damages were found to be attributable to the laying of the charges for which no damages were recoverable because of the findings the defendants' conduct was not actuated by malice.(8) Within the device, a diaphragm is actuated pneumatically, electrically, or magnetically, and it pumps blood into the aorta or pulmonary artery.(9) Proof by the claimant that the defendant was actuated by express malice removes the privilege.(10) On appeal to the Court of Appeal, the defendant successfully argued that his belief that everything he said was true made it impossible as a matter of law to find that he was actuated by malice.(11) He chopped the left throttle to the off position, actuated the left engine fire button, and turned the left engine master switch off.(12) The guns are actuated by a three-way switch on the spade grip of the stick.(13) And there is a main computer in the cab itself that coordinates the actuation between these two components in the drive train.(14) The landing gear was hydraulically actuated and was fully retractable.(15) This circuit prevents the operator from actuating the tool except when both hands are on the throttle levers.(16) My chums weren't actuated by a desire to impose some superior code of behaviour on others; their motivation was purely selfish.