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  • n. The mounting hardware used to hold one part to another; typically consisting of stamped metal piece(s) that make up the actual bracket, and any other bolts, nuts, u-bolts, rubber etc. that are needed to complete the mounting of the part.

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  • WAYNE HALE, SHUTTLE PROGRAM MANAGER: It looked like a typical small piece of foam that we have been losing off the area near the bracketry of the external lines that run outside the tank.

    CNN Transcript Jun 9, 2007

  • WAYNE HALE, SHUTTLE PROGRAM MANAGER: It looked look a typical, small piece of foam that we have been losing off the area near the bracketry of the external lines that run outside the tank.

    CNN Transcript Jun 9, 2007

  • But at touchdown the airplane began to porpoise and, after several cycles of the porpoising, the nose wheel bracketry failed.

    First Man

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  • Once you get the CPU bracketry assembled you can enjoy the simplicity of the design and just how easy they are to assemble.

    Techgage Reviews

  • • Ability to drill and mount, mechanical bracketry in raised ceilings.

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  • We design bracketry for the enclosure and the whole unit is mounted, "he says.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • "We were able to feed back to Oshkosh specific bracketry, racks and cabling so all that can be installed in the vehicle during manufacture; which means we dont have to do it at SPAWAR.

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