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  • 121brace jack — Theat. a triangular piece of wood used for propping up scenery from behind. * * * …

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  • 122cravat — /kreuh vat /, n. 1. necktie (defs. 1, 2). 2. a cloth, often made of or trimmed with lace, worn about the neck by men esp. in the 17th century. 3. Med. a bandage made by folding a triangular piece of material into a band, used temporarily for a… …

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  • 123godet — /goh det /, n. 1. a triangular piece of fabric, often rounded at the top, inserted in a garment to give fullness. Cf. gore3 (def. 1), gusset (def. 1). 2. Textiles. a glass or plastic roller for guiding synthetic filaments into the centrifugal box …

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  • 124Moscow — /mos koh/ or, for 1, 2, / kow/, n. 1. Russian, Moskva. a city in and the capital of the Russian Federation, in the W part: capital of the former Soviet Union. 8,967,000. 2. Also called Grand Duchy of Moscow. Muscovy (def. 1). 3. a city in W Idaho …

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  • 125pyrometric cone — (in a kiln) a triangular piece of material that indicates by bending or melting that a certain temperature has been reached. [1945 50] * * * …

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  • 126set square — noun a) A flat triangular piece of plastic or other material, having corners of precise angles, used in technical drawing Descartes extended this classification by introducing his set square compass. This is mechanism of sliding set squares that… …

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  • 127tailpiece — noun a) An appendage or appendix b) A triangular piece of metal or ebony to which the strings of a violin (etc.) are attached at the lower end …

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  • 128gore — 1. noun /ɡoʊɹ,ɡɔɹ/ /ɡɔː/ a) Blood, especially that from a wound when thickened due to exposure to the air. b) A triangular piece of land where roads meet. 2. verb /ɡoʊɹ,ɡɔɹ/ /ɡɔː/ To pierce w …

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  • 129Osteotomy, cuneiform — Surgical removal of a triangular piece of bone …

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  • 130East Garafraxa —   Township   Location of East Garafraxa within Dufferin County …

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  • 131National Register of Historic Places listings in Cleveland, Ohio — Cleveland highlighted on a map of Cuyahoga County. This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Cleveland, Ohio. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic …

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  • 132cravat — cra·vat (krə vahtґ) [Fr. cravate] a bandage made by folding a triangular piece of cloth from its apex toward the base …

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  • 133Garfit — Recorded in the spellings of Garfitt, Garfit, and Garfoot, this interesting English surname is locational and almost certainly from the county of Yorkshire where it is well recorded. It is a dialectal variant of the village name Garforth, a place …

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  • 134Garfitt — Recorded in the spellings of Garfitt, Garfit, and Garfoot, this interesting English surname is locational and almost certainly from the county of Yorkshire where it is well recorded. It is a dialectal variant of the village name Garforth, a place …

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  • 135Garfoot — Recorded in the spellings of Garfitt, Garfit, and Garfoot, this interesting English surname is locational and almost certainly from the county of Yorkshire where it is well recorded. It is a dialectal variant of the village name Garforth, a place …

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  • 136Garstang — This unusual name is of Olde Norse origin, and is a locational surname deriving from the place called Garstang in North Lancashire, an area that was widely settled by Scandinavian invaders in the 8th Century and 9th Century. The placename is… …

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  • 137Garwood — This interesting name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname from some minor, unrecorded, or now lost place believed to have been situated in Northern England, probably in Yorkshire, due to the prevalence of church recordings of… …

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  • 138Gerwood — This interesting name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname from some minor, unrecorded, or now lost place believed to have been situated in Northern England, probably in Yorkshire, due to the prevalence of church recordings of… …

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  • 139Gorwood — This interesting name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname from some minor, unrecorded, or now lost place believed to have been situated in Northern England, probably in Yorkshire, due to the prevalence of church recordings of… …

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  • 140Gurwood — This interesting name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname from some minor, unrecorded, or now lost place believed to have been situated in Northern England, probably in Yorkshire, due to the prevalence of church recordings of… …

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