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joggle

[′jäg·əl]
(design engineering)
A flangelike offset on a flat piece of metal.
A projection or notch on a sheet of building material to prevent protrusion.
A dowel for joining blocks of masonry.
(mining engineering)
Trusses or sets of timbers joined for taking pressure at right angles.

joggle

1. A notch or projection in one piece of material which is fitted to a projection or notch in a second piece to prevent one piece from slipping on the other.
2. A stub tenon on the end of a timber which prevents the timber from moving laterally; also called a joggle joint, 2.
3. An enlarged area on a post to support the foot of a strut.
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Trenails, joggles and wedges were employed to anchor the blocks down to the rock or the stone course below.
"I have a choice in doing this Joggle; I can give up at any point should I decide its too much, but people with cancer do not have that luxur y.
Cards can be decorated with seed beads, coloured sand, sequins, joggle eyes and glitter glue for a sparkly finish.
Toddlers have the choice of three soft play centres and can joggle happily round the barrel ride.
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Ahmed Belal from Cairo joggles between playing Candy crush and reading.
interest in Lebanon, as it joggles between the two most pressing issues in the Middle East - the Peace Process and the Iranian nuclear stalemate- is in maintaining stability and strengthening rule of state in the country.
They've even given themselves a new name - jogglers - what it is that joggles I hate to think, but given the effects of cold on the male body you'd have to guess not very much.