static discharger


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static discharger

[′stad·ik ′dis‚chär·jər]
(electricity)
A rubber-covered cloth wick about 6 inches (15 centimeters) long, sometimes attached to the trailing edges of the surfaces of an aircraft to discharge static electricity in flight.
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