T-plate


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T-plate

A flat metal plate in the shape of a T; used to join two timbers, one of which butts against the other, or to strengthen a joint.
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Group-A patients were treated with Krischner's wires and Group-B patients were treated with a T-Plate with open reduction.
The scopes' outer frame is constructed of titanium and the outer lens surfaces are coated with Burns' T-Plate.
This 9-5 was a T-plate with 15,500 miles on the clock, slightly lower than average for a car of this age.
I took a T-plate two-litre turbo version on a weekend jaunt to Loch Lomond.
Working with Giddings & Lewis' software writers, Mr Vecere developed a B-axis verification program that allows a T-plate main fixture to be mounted on each pallet.
Each of the seven participants in the study was given identical casting blueprints of T-plate castings and encouraged to focus on the capability of the software to assess the shrinkage tendency of the casting.
5 r: 32 mm,code 8277 t-plate holes for warm 8-12,8281 code plate l right holes 8-12 etc.
The UK switched to a twice-yearly plate change 15 years ago, with the arrival of the T-plate in 1999.
Two grand buys you a T-plate EX with sensible miles.
0 TS model on a T-plate or pounds 9,200 for a 2000 X-reg 2.
A 99 T-plate TDi SE five-door with 40,000 miles, will average around pounds 7100 at auction.
0 VVTi S on a 1999 T-plate with power steering, central locking, twin airbags, electric front windows and 40,000 miles on the clock.