Two-throw
Two-throw Two"-throw`, a. (Mach.) (a) Capable of being thrown or cranked in two directions, usually opposite to one another; as, a two-throw crank; a two-throw switch. (b) Having two crank set near together and opposite to one another; as, a two-throw crank shaft. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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