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joggle

[′jäg·əl]
(design engineering)
A flangelike offset on a flat piece of metal.
A projection or notch on a sheet of building material to prevent protrusion.
A dowel for joining blocks of masonry.
(mining engineering)
Trusses or sets of timbers joined for taking pressure at right angles.

joggle

1. A notch or projection in one piece of material which is fitted to a projection or notch in a second piece to prevent one piece from slipping on the other.
2. A stub tenon on the end of a timber which prevents the timber from moving laterally; also called a joggle joint, 2.
3. An enlarged area on a post to support the foot of a strut.
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interest in Lebanon, as it joggles between the two most pressing issues in the Middle East - the Peace Process and the Iranian nuclear stalemate- is in maintaining stability and strengthening rule of state in the country.
Roger Clemens ought to know: ``To watch what he does with the strike zone and the way that he joggles the hitters' eyes, up and down and in and out, I sure would pay to watch him pitch anytime.
Rather than locking joints, the Egyptian boat-builders fastened planks with symmetrically placed ligatures, single 'stitches' connecting adjacent planks, and used joggles, small notches cut along plank edges to fit precisely into a recess on an adjacent plank, to effectively stop slippage (Figure 6).
They've even given themselves a new name - jogglers - what it is that joggles I hate to think, but given the effects of cold on the male body you'd have to guess not very much.
They include PRC seal caps, which are small caps molded from liquid PRC sealant cured to form a flexible rubber shell, filled with more sealant, frozen and thawed to apply; FIP Strip sealant tape, a fast-curing, easy-to-apply polysulfide formed-in-place sealant tape; Semfoam dry bay foam, which is die-cut reticulated polyurethane foam, impregnated with sealant, frozen and thawed to apply; and Semplug sealant for sealing joggles and structural gaps.
Form follows function' is a design exercise that joggles spaces according to a technical understanding of the building programme.
New PPG Aerospace sealant products include Semfoam dry bay foam and Semplug sealant for sealing joggles and structural gaps, and SemSpacer sealant for controlling the gap thickness in fabricated door seals.
The cafeteria joggles out of the eastern approach from the lobby to the atrium, making itself available to both.