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1. A metal tool used to cut a joint partly through fresh concrete.
2. In masonry, a tool for filling the cracks between courses of bricks or stones.
3. In masonry, a bent strip of iron inserted into a wall to strengthen a joint.
4. In carpentry, a long plane, esp. used to square the edges of boards or veneer so that they will make a close joint with other pieces.
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