from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as lug-bolt.
  • n. A lug-bolt with round threaded portions at both ends, so that the strap part may be bent into U-shape around some element and the latter be drawn against the surface through which the threaded ends pass.


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  • /, A strap-bolt with a thumb-nut ', having a flat part with holes, by which the bolt is fixed to the side or top surface of any timber, and is mostly used to secure the door or lid of boots. nty A pole-pin, a round iron pin with a flat head, by which the pole is kept in its place.

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