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dwang

1. A crowbar or similar tool.
2. A strut inserted between timbers to stiffen them.
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Or that B&Q won't have any more 100mm dwangs in until next Wednesday.
Nail a row of dwangs (wood, which is the same size as the joists and is nailed in between each joist) down the centre of the joists to tie them together.
For comments on this verse, see, for example, Sangs rgyas bstan 'dzin, Legs bshad 'dod dgu 'byung ba'i gter mdzod (Kalimpong, 1974), 338-39, and Dwangs grung, Blo gsar la'jug pa'i sa skya legs bshad kyi'grel gsar (Lhasa: Bod ljongs mi dmangs dpe skrun khang, 1992), 236.
As well as back, front and side supports, I also cut two dwangs, which I fixed along the length of the frame.
8 In order to give the frame some extra strength, add dwangs (which provide lateral support) staggered along the centre of the frame.
Gary cuts out the new loft hatchOnce you've cut the opening, the ceiling joists will give you two side frames, but you need to fit two dwangs at either end, the same thickness as the ceiling joists, which in this case was 5ins x 2ins.
In the Bod kyi lo rgyus yig tshags dang gzhung yig phyogs bsdus dwangs shel me long, ed.
4 Fit timber dwangs (supports) between the joists at the end of the Aqua-Dec to ensure it is supported at all sides and fit battens on the inside of the joists 18mm below their top.
Once the framing is in place, attach dwangs or beams at 2ft centres.