from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A clamp which acts by means of a screw.


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  • Their rising, screw-clamp orientation mates to industry-standard open and closed-end headers on the same centreline spacing.

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  • Each kit comes with two plastic mounting plates - one adhesive and one screw-clamp fitting that requires the 3mm key.

  • Calkins; Wall of the Hoof covered with Tinfoil. a, Heel angle, with b, the contact-screws; c, screw-clamp, with contact-spring (isolated from the shoe); c 'conducting-wire from the same; d, screw-clamp, with conducting-wire (d') screwed into the edge of the shoe; e, nails isolated by cutting a small window in the tinfoil.] [Illustration: Fig. 35.

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