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dovetail

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1. A splayed tenon, shaped like a dove’s tail, broader at its end than at its base.
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Some make mounts that are specific to certain models of guns with dovetails of a known width.
The problem is that while the bearings can handle much heavier loads the dovetail cannot.
The performance of laminated strand lumber (LSL), a structural composite lumber product, in beams with rounded dovetail connections under vertical shear loading was addressed.
What might be even more remarkable is the fact that dovetails today continue to be considered as "the premier joinery method," in the words of David Keller, president of Keller & Co.
Burris, Leupold and Redfield offer bases with dovetail rings front and back.
Proper design of tenons, mortises, dovetails and struts is essential.
In this Spring edition of the ongoing Derby (available free of charge), kids will read a Web-based, comic strip mystery that motivates them to do on-line research on the astronomy, geology and history of Mars in order to resolve cliff-hanger endings and move onto subsequent episodes in earn about the changing ways knowledge can be accessed in this information age," said Sara Snyder, educatio for Headbone's third Derby dovetails with NASA's "Live from Mars" curricular Web Site, which delivers inters fun and educational and engages youngste rs dirhe Mars Derby will run from March 16 through Natns and Storm Technology, will be awarded to winning teachers and classroom teams.
Moreover, we retain 100% of the IBS service business which maintains strong current cash flow and internal growth and dovetails beautifully with the forthcoming introduction of our new Internet audio products, utilizing Liquid Audio's audio mastering and delivery tools.
Persavich, Banner's chief financial officer, said, "This is a strategic acquisition complementing our already strong fastener group and dovetails into our overall business plan of growth through acquisitions and increased sales.
Al Wilson, Mylex's chief operating officer and former general manager of EMC's Array Technology Division, commented, "This new team brings a high end systems design perspective that dovetails very effectively with the highly successful engineering teams located in the Santa Clara and Fremont locations of Mylex.
said, "This strategic investment dovetails with MBIA's mission of enhancing the efficiency of public finance because the sale of tax certificates improves the cash flow of municipal governments.