Keyway

A keyway (or keyhole) is the shaped channel in a lock cylinder into which the key slides to gain access to the lock tumblers. Lock keyway shapes vary widely with lock manufacturer, and many manufacturers have a number of unique profiles requiring a specifically milled key blank to engage the lock`s tumblers. ==Background== Most people refer to lo.
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keyway

a slot in the edge of the barge hull of a jackup drilling unit over which the drilling rig is mounted and through which drilling tools are lowered and removed from the well being drilled.
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Keyway

A slot formed and poured on a footer or in a foundation wall when another wall will be installed at the slot location. This gives additional strength to the joint/meeting point.
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Keyway

Key'way` noun See Key way , under Key .
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keyway

The female portion of a precision attachment. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Keyway

• (n.) See Key way, under Key.
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Keyway

A groove or slot cut to fit a key. A key fits into a key seat and slides into a keyway.
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Keyway

- A slot formed and poured on a footer or in a foundation wall when another wall will be installed at the slot location. This gives additional strength to the joint/meeting point.
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Keyway

A recess or groove in one lift or placement of concrete which is filled with concrete of the next lift, giving shear strength to the joint. See also Tongue and Groove.
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keyway

a slot or groove in which a key engages
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keyway

Type: Term Pronunciation: kē′wā Definitions: 1. In dentistry, the female portion of a precision attachment.
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Keyway

A slot formed and poured on a footer or in a foundation wall when another wall will be installed at
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