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  • n. Plural form of gusset.

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Examples

  • The victims 'claim says URS failed to determine the strength of plates called gussets that connected steel beams.

    Channel 13 Sports

  • Investigators found that the steel gusset plates on the I-35W bridge were only a half-inch thick instead of a full inch, and ruled that the gussets were the major factor in the collapse.

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  • Meanwhile, slightly overprotective Gary stuck to girlfriend Izzy like glue, even getting a job in Underworld so he could monitor her as she stitched gussets.

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  • This couture-quality set of skins—in our test car, a handsome two-tone Mochachino—is complemented with Nappa leather on the seats, armrests and door gussets, and a hand-sanded wood trim on the doors and center console.

    Chrysler's Global Melange Yields True Luxury

  • Chrysler Group LLC And this couture-quality set of skins is complemented with Nappa leather on the seats, armrests and door gussets.

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  • The structure is comprised of a bottom cone, eight radial gussets, a deck, and a top cone not shown.

    Fly Me to the Moon

  • Mercedes-Benz It also features double-stitching door gussets, seats optional two-tone and the upper dash in creamy leather.

    Where Aggressive Meets Adorable

  • Stuttgart's seamstresses are working overtime on this car, double-stitching door gussets, seats optional two-tone and the upper dash in creamy leather.

    When Vroom Conquers Cuteness

  • I was most interested in your suggestions, Ted, particularly the alterations to the gussets.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Still the same cotton duck fabric, still the distinctive triple-stitched seams at the shoulders and gussets.

    My Carhartt Detroit Jacket

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