duckfoot

duckfoot

[′dək‚fu̇t]
(engineering)
In a piping system, a support fitted to the bend of a vertical pipe to permit the direct load of the pipework and fittings to be transferred to the floor, foundation, or associated installations.
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The most likely candidates for this are perhaps Duckfoot Blake and Private Porsum.
Duckfoot Blake works as an accountant and statistician at Myers and Murdock.
But Murdock did assign Morton to break Jerry in and suggested that Jerry talk to Duckfoot Blake: "He can give you a lot of pointers.
130) Private Porsum, hero of World War I and Medal of Honor winner, will be the bank's president, and Duckfoot Blake will also be an officer in the new venture.
f] values obtained in the latter study are larger than all the others presented in Table 3, despite the relatively small soil-contact of the tool examined--a duckfoot chisel plough.
Suitable ivies with short joints include Hedera helix Duckfoot and Tres Coupe, which remain compact.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes Hedera Helix Duckfoot and Tres Coupe, which remain compact.
In addition to the typical pointed end used for poling or staking out, it features a long, narrow paddle blade rather than the traditional duckfoot, to aid in steering as well as pushing off.
The duckfoot can be removed with the click of a button and replaced with a gig or paddle blade, or a dozen other accessories.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes hedera helix ( duckfoot ( and tres coupe, which remain compact.