quoin post


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quoin post

[′kȯin ‚pȯst]
(civil engineering)
The vertical member at the jointed end of a gate in a navigation lock.

heelpost

1. A post or stanchion at the free end of the partition of a stall.
2. A post to receive the hinges of a gate (either part of the gate or the stationary support).
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