lashing


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lashing

[′lash·iŋ]
(engineering)
A rope, chain, or wire used for binding, fastening, or wrapping.
(mining engineering)
Planks nailed inside of frames or sets in a shaft to keep them in place. Also known as listing.
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But the breeze, far from lessening its force, blew as if to bend the mast, which, however, the metallic lashings held firmly.
A recent highlight is the innovative A-class MacGregor lashing bar.
Owner and Certified Lash Artist Lisa Samuelson explains, “The volume lashes are in my opinion such a natural evolution in lashing.