duckfoot

duckfoot

[′dək‚fu̇t]
(engineering)
In a piping system, a support fitted to the bend of a vertical pipe to permit the direct load of the pipework and fittings to be transferred to the floor, foundation, or associated installations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Walking on water was the idea behind inventor M W Hulton's sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers in 1962.
Walking on water was the idea behind inventor MW Hulton's sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers, in 1962.
and a million were snapped up in the first The Carabus, a massive road cruiser with parking inside for a Mini British businessman and inventor Jeremy Fry with his Aquaglider, in 1966 Inventor M W Hulton demonstrating his sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers The Roof Tent seen here on top of an Austin A40
The Triumph Herald-based Amphicar in 1966 and, left, a glass car in April 1968 Businessman Jack Hornsby, with his 17-year-old daughter Stella on their amphibious motor scooter Inventor M W Hulton demonstrating his sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers The Roof Tent seen here on top of an Austin A40 The Hover caravan makes its first appearance
and a million were snapped up in the first The Carabus, a massive road cruiser with parking inside for a Mini Inventor M W Hulton demonstrating his sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers The Roof Tent seen here on top of an Austin A40
The CT simulated the farmers' practice that consists of 3-4 ploughings to a depth of 10-15 cm by duckfoot cultivator.
Charlie Fenster, another museum codirector, says vintage equipment portrayed in the film includes a Krause one-way plow, a John Deere 10-bottom gang plow, a 3-row Oliver lister and a 1930s-era spring-tooth harrow, as well as a Cheney rod weeder and a vintage Sishc duckfoot cultivator manufactured in Torrington, Wyo.
I had one blue Duckfoot for my left foot and one green Churchhill for my right foot.
In addition to the typical pointed end used for poling or staking out, it features a long, narrow paddle blade rather than the traditional duckfoot, to aid in steering as well as pushing off.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes hedera helix ( duckfoot ( and tres coupe, which remain compact.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes Hedera helix 'Duckfoot' and 'Tres Coupe', which remain compact.
Duckfoot Blake works as an accountant and statistician at Myers and Murdock.