gallows frame


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gallows frame

[′gal·ōz ‚frām]
(mining engineering)
(naval architecture)
A deck-mounted frame consisting of one U-shaped structural member or two legs and a header to provide large spacing at the head of the frame; accommodates securing points for a number of head blocks that can swing transversely without interference from each other.
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