Clamp

A surgical instrument used to constrict a structure such as a blood vessel to stop fluid flow inside it.

Clamp

Complex set of sclerotised bars, forming a 'pinching' organ on the opisthaptor of a monogenetic trematode.

Clamp

'G' or 'C' clamps are normally attached to lanterns and are used to fasten them to the lighting bars or battens.

clamp

[n] - a device (used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together 2. [v] - fasten or fix with a clamp 3. [v] - impose or inflict forcefully
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Clamp

Any of various devices used to join, grip, support, or compress parts.
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Clamp

A large area with walls possibly of timber but normally concrete which is used to store Silage. The clamp is filled with chopped grass from a forage harvester and compacted by tractor or handler and then sealed by means of a polythene membrane. Most moderns clamps are roofed.
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Clamp

A fastening device which secures something within its jaws without constant human pressure.Band ClampFor clamping round, oval and odd-shaped pieces. Consists of nylon band and ratchet mechanism. When used in conjunction with corner blocks it can be used to clamp objects such as picture frames.Bar ClampA tool with a stationary head and a sliding foo...
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Clamp

Clamp (klămp) noun [ Confer LG. & Dutch klamp , Danish klampe , also Dutch klampen to fasten, clasp. Confer Clamber , Cramp .] 1. Something rigid that holds fast or binds things together; a piece of wood or metal, used to hold two or more pieces together...
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Clamp

Clamp noun [ Prob. an imitative word. Confer Clank .] A heavy footstep; a tramp.
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Clamp

Clamp intransitive verb To tread heavily or clumsily; to clump. « The policeman with clamping feet. Thackeray. »
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clamp

An instrument for compression of a structure. ... Compare: forceps. ... Origin: M.E., fr. Middle Dutch klampe ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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clamp

noun a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together
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clamp

(klamp) a surgical device for compressing a part or structure.
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Clamp

• (n.) A heavy footstep; a tramp. • (n.) A piece of wood placed across another, or inserted into another, to bind or strengthen. • (n.) A thick plank on the inner part of a ship`s side, used to sustain the ends of beams. • (v. t.) To fasten with a clamp or clamps; to apply a clamp to; to place in a clamp. • (v. t.) To cover...
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Clamp

A face-off maneuver executed by quickly pushing the back of the stick on top of the ball.
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clamp

Type: Term Pronunciation: klamp Definitions: 1. An instrument used to compress or hold in a place a bodily structure. 2. An enzyme, antigen, or other protein that closes circumferentially around the DNA to induce conformational change.
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clamp

any fitting which can be fixed on to a conductor
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clamp

a non-linear device used for clamping
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Clamp

A below-the-hook attaching device which, using a jaw-like scissor gripping action, clamps or locks onto a piece of material. This device is attached to the hook of a hoist or the end effector of a manipulator and usually is used to pick up sheets of material such as wood or metal.
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CLAMP

an extremely famous and popular all-female manga creating team made up of Nanase Ohkawa, Mokona Apapa, Mick Nekoi, and Satsuki Igarashi. Some of their most famous works include Magic Knight Rayearth (which was their first breakthrough hit), Cardcaptor Sakura (which became the #1 shoujo manga series in Japan in 1996), Clover, Angelic Layer, and Chob...
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Clamp

[manga artists] Beginning as an eleven-member dōjinshi circle in the mid-1980s, they began creating original work in 1987. By the time they debuted with RG Veda in 1989, the group was reduced to seven members. In 1993, three more members left, leaving the four members who are currently still part of the group. In 2006, the members decided ...
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Clamp

[tool] A clamp is a fastening device to hold or secure objects tightly together to prevent movement or separation through the application of inward pressure. In the United Kingdom and Australia, the term cramp is often used instead when the tool is for temporary use for positioning components during construction and woodworking; thus a G cr...
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Clamp

Heavy fore-and-aft timbers supporting the ends of deck beams.
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Clamp

Longitudinal stringer supporting the deck beams, washboard, or cabin beams on a small boat.
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Clamp

[zoology] Clamps are the main attachment structure of the Polyopisthocotylean monogeneans. These ectoparasitic worms have a variable number of clamps on their haptor (the posterior attachment organ); each clamp is attached to the host fish, generally to its gill. Clamps include sclerotised elements, called the sclerites, and muscles. The st...
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