from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A form of lock in which the bolt is a projecting cylindrical pin.
  • n. A poundmaster's fee.


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  • So on the first day I tried the new equipment I asked a guy working out near me who was using the same kind of weights how the new pin-lock worked (because if it isn't locked, it was clear the big hurt could happen).

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  • Explaining: my gym got new equipment, that has a pin-lock component I hadn't seen before.

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