If the saddle joint was only a hinge joint, then the thumb would be like anyother finger we already have. It would be very hard to do a lot of things people do every day with that.
You can use the type of hinge that is a screw threaded bolt that the gate sits on. You would just have to drill the pilot holes in the right place and angle. If using a strap hinge, you can either shim behind one or chisel out a groove for the hinge to sit in. Without seeing it, it's hard to give specifics on how to do it. Set the gate in the opening and see what it takes to make the hinges you want to use work.
Don't worry about it.
Yes You Can But It Would Be Difficult. It Would Be Hard To Reach The Keys And It Would Be Hard To Adjust.
An oven knob may be hard to turn if there is buildup behind it. See if it can be cleaned behind it with a swab or small cloth. If that does not help, call the Whirlpool repair man.
First, make sure that the hinge pin isn't worn and loose. Open the door and lift it up and let it down a few times to see if the hinge pin is loose. If it's loose, replace it. If not, lift HARD on the door. You can usually straighten a bent hinge that way. If that doesn't work, try a block or large screwdriver handle at the BOTTOM hinge, then close the door on the block hard enough to slightly bend the hinge back. Don't get carried away, it usually doesn't take much. It's typically trial and error, so keep checking it as you try to straighten the hinge.
yes, they would have to leave most of their posessions and property behind.
Behind the grill on the passenger side. It is a very small horn that is hard to see.
Because they have low freedom of motion. It is hard to push a shoulder a way it can't go, but pushing backwards on a hinge joint can cause a lot of damage without a lot of force.
If it is hurting or really bothering you, you should see a doctor.
Multiple hard to defeat opponents... A formidable foe would just be a hard to defeat opponent.
because a small stone would be hard to find :)
Beetles would be one good answer.
Walgreen's keeps their cigarettes behind the counter. It would be very hard for them to be stolen.
Well you could but it would be extremely hard because of their small teets and you wouldn't get much considering how small they are.
Because there is a small area in the country. There are lots of places that are hard to live in. Parts of the country are uninhabitable.
Most all of the water and some minerals would be absorbed from the undigested food, chyme, and it would turn hard, like feces. When these hard and dry lumps of undigested food would pass through the small intestine they would not be digested or absorbed, which is what the small intestine is supposed to do, and since the small intestine is where most of your digestion and absorption takes place, basically you would starve to death.
It is hard to say what you want to "adjust". I assume your door is not lining up and you have to slam the door really hard to get it to close. This is not an adjustment problem, it is caused by worn hinge pins. You can pick up new hinge pins at any auto parts store for about $20.00.
A small business loan can be very hard to obtain without not having the proper type of paperwork. You would have to have good credit, a good job and some stability on the job.
THE TRUNK RED BUTTON MAY BE BEHIND SOME CARPETING IF IT SHIFTED HOPE THAT HELPS Standing behind the car, looking in, the switch is on the left, slightly closer than the trunk hinge. It's in a small box with an access hole to stickyour finger in. Check for a dealer manual in the glovebox. It's described in detail. It will only trip if the car is bumped fairly hard, or you 'whack' the rear quarter while the car is running.
I found mine high up behind the drivers kick plate. There are 2 relays in that location, the window relay being the top most one. It would be good to have small hand as it is very hard to get to.
It would freeze and become brittle, and shatter into small pieces if dropped onto a hard surface
slavery and a hard life.
use your brain!! if its a small one then yes it would be useful but if it was a big one it would be hard to carry around.