tang

Long shank on sword blade to which the hilt is fitted.

Tang

A projection that extends from the base or stem of a point, also known as ears.

Tang

• (n.) A dynasty in Chinese history, from a. d. 618 to 905, distinguished by the founding of the Imperial Academy (the Hanlin), by the invention of printing, and as marking a golden age of literature. • (v. i.) To make a ringing sound; to ring. • (n.) A sharp, twanging sound; an unpleasant tone; a twang. • (n.) The projecting pa...
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tang

noun any of various coarse seaweeds
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Tang

Tang dynasty noun the imperial dynasty of China from 618 to 907
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Tang

[drink] Tang is a fruit-flavored drink. Originally formulated by General Foods Corporation food scientist William A. Mitchell in 1957, it was first marketed in powdered form in 1959. The Tang brand is owned by Mondelēz International. Sales of Tang were poor until NASA used it on John Glenn`s Mercury flight, and subsequent Gemini missions. ...
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Tang

[weaponry] A tang or shank is the back portion of a tool where it extends into stock material or is connected to a handle as on a knife, sword, spear, arrowhead, chisel, file, coulter, pike, scythe, screwdriver, etc. Various tang designs are usually described by their appearance or the manner in which they are affixed to a handle and their ...
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Tang

Tang (tăng) noun [ Of Scand. origin; confer Danish tang seaweed, Swedish tång , Icelandic þang . Confer Tangle .] (Botany) A coarse blackish seaweed ( Fuscus nodosus ). Dr. Prior. Tang sparrow (Zoology) , the rock...
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Tang

Tang (täng) noun [ Chin. T'ang .] A dynasty in Chinese history, from a.d. 618 to 905, distinguished by the founding of the Imperial Academy (the Hanlin), by the invention of printing, and as marking a golden age of literature.
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Tang

Tang intransitive verb To make a ringing sound; to ring. « Let thy tongue tang arguments of state.» Shak.
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Tang

Tang noun [ Probably from OD. tanger sharp, tart, literally, pinching; akin to English tongs . √59. See Tong .] 1. A strong or offensive taste; especially, a taste of something extraneous to the thing itself; as, wine or cider has a tang of the cask. 2.
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Tang

Tang transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tanged ; present participle & verbal noun Tanging .] To cause to ring or sound loudly; to ring. « Let thy tongue tang arguments of state.» Shak. To tang b...
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Tang

A fitting, often of sheet metal, used to attach standing rigging to a spar, or to the hull.
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Tang

A tang is a projection of a knife or other metal tool by which it is secured to its handle.
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tang

refers to the unsharpened end of the sword blade which, in use, is covered by the grip and other components of the hilt or handle. The tang will usually taper in width and thickness from the area of the lower guard or quillion block towards the pommel. The heat treatment of the tang will favor malleability (or bendability) over the brittleness whic...
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Tang

reign name of the Chinese emperor who overthrew the Xia dynasty ( 2070– 1600 ) and founded the Shang, the first historical dynasty ( 1600–1046 , ...
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tang

Sharp or pointed end of chain saw file.
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tang

tang: see butterfly fish.
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Tang

The flat on the shank of a cutting tool, such as a drill, reamer or end mill, that fits a slot in -the spindle of a machine to keep the tool from slipping. See also: Drill Bits.
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Tang

The flat on the shank of a cutting tool, such as a drill, reamer or end mill, that fits a slot in th
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Tang

The narrow tapered section of a sword or dagger blade onto which the hilt is fitted.
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Tang

the part of the blade on which the hilt is mounted
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Tang

the part of the blade on which the hilt is mounted
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Tang

The tapered end of a woodturning tool which fits into the handle.
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tang

[n] - the imperial dynasty of China from 618 to 907 2. [n] - any of various coarse seaweeds
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