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What is this machine element called?

I am looking for the name of the machine element similar to those pictured below such that it holds a rod and can be fixed onto a frame. Instead of functioning like bearings, however, the machine element I am interested in is fixed to the rod that is inserted through it; when the rod rotates, the entire machine element rotates with it.Here is the picture of the bearings:


just because you live there doesnt mean you can park in front of it unless in your lease it says you can park in front of the building you cannot park there. living there means nothing.
Dafuq, man. Antitheism or apatheism would be better names, though. Atheist means without God, but pretty much every atheist is either antitheistic (opposed to God and religion) or apatheistic (not caring at all about God or His existence.
The common answer to this question is she left to have a baby, but that's not true. Gates McFadden's only child wasn't until the show was well into it's fourth season. That's when the doctor's gown was introduced to help hide the pregnancy. Like many of the TNG characters during its first season, the Crusher character wasn't very well developed and there were some disagreements between the show's producers and McFadden about how the character should develop. These disagreements led to some bad blood between her and several executive producers, resulting in McFadden's being released from her contract and not being in TNG's second season. However, her replacement, Diana Muldaur, proved to be unpopular and McFadden was personally asked to return by Rick Berman. At first McFadden was hesitant as she had felt she had moved on, however, after a phone call from co-star Patrick Stewart, McFadden changed her mind and returned for the third season and remained until the end of the series.
Gates McFadden did take the second season of, but , not to have a child, or because the charactor was unpopular, it was because she had an obligation to perform on stage. many Star Trek actors and actresses have spent many years on stage. McFadden was in her late 40's during the show's hay day, and it's not likely she was having her first child anytime at that point.

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