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nog

, nogg
1. a drink, esp an alcoholic one, containing beaten egg
2. East Anglian dialect strong local beer

nog

[näg]
(mining engineering)
Roof support for stopes, formed of rectangular piles of logs squared at the ends and filled with waste rock.
A wood block wedged tightly into the cut in a coal seam after the coal cutter has passed; it forms a temporary support.

nog

A brick-shaped piece of wood inserted in an internal masonry wall; often, one of a number of such pieces; also called a wood brick.
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