coak


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coak

[kōk]
(design engineering)
A projection from the end of a piece of wood or timber that is designed to fit into a hole in another piece so that they can be joined to form a continuous unit.
A dowel or hardwood pin that joins overlapping timbers.

coak

1. A projection from the end of a piece of wood or timber which fits into a hole in another piece to join them.
2. A dowel or hardwood pin through overlapping timbers.
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Michael Coak, 64, of Syon Court, Middlesbrough, fined pounds 255 with pounds 65 costs for using a vehicle with a faulty battery and using a vehicle of which not every nearside brake light, nearside headlamp and offside tail lamp was clean and in good working order.
Outside is a triple garage with timber doors and inspection pit and outbuildings of brick include a larder, log store, coak store, garden store and gardener's wc.
Christopher John Coak, of Knaith Close, Yarm, fined pounds 175 with pounds 75 costs for failing to notify change of ownership of vehicle.