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fish plate

[′fish ‚plāt]
(civil engineering)
One of a pair of steel plates bolted to the sides of a rail or beam joint, to secure the joint.
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The HSE said yesterday that the fish plate broke under fatigue stresses and became detached as a result of the bolts securing it coming undone.
An escolar fish plate ($22) scored well one time, actually rating better than Martel's rather bland whitefish ($21) that he poaches, flavors with an almost undetectable curry nage and pairs with snow peas.
Tenders are invited for Manufacture And Supply Of :- (I) Fish Plate 60 Kg 1 M Long To Rdso Drg.
Yes, you'd expect a somewhat salty, assertively olive- and caper-flavored fish plate when you order the baccala.
Raipur, May 14 ( ANI ): Suspected Naxalites are said to have removed fish plates from railway tracks on the Vishakhapattam-Kirandul route that led to the derailment of thirteen bogies and two engines of a freight train on Wednesday in Chhattisgarh's Maoist-hit Bastar District.
Exposed joists, girders, bolted connections, fish plates and gussets emphasise the inherent tectonic dimension of the structure.
50) are the regular fish plates currently, but crusted halibut and other special fish recipes usually expand the nightly seafood entree listings.
The 10 entrees ($18 to $33) include beef, chicken, lamb and a quartet of fish plates.