Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In coal-mining, two props of timber placed obliquely to each other and resting against a third one placed horizontally, so as to support the coal while it is being holed. The timber placed horizontally, and against which the other two abut on the face of the coal, is called the cockerpole. Also called
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