mortise and tenon

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mortise and tenon

[′mȯrd·əs ən ′ten·ən]
(design engineering)
A type of joint, principally used for wood, in which a hole, slot, or groove (mortise) in one member is fitted with a projection (tenon) from the second member.

mortise and tenon

A joint between two members, formed by fitting a tenon at the end of one member into a mortise cut into the other. See also: Joint
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So, if you have a log, say, six inches in diameter, you need to cut two inches away from either side (six inches deep) leaving a two inch tennon in the middle.
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Undeniably, families holding tennon or church lands fared badly in the Ulster Plantation no matter how much we play down the ill effects of dispossession.
We use mortise and tennon and dowels on the doors," says Piper.
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