Plank

[exercise] The plank (also called a front hold, hover, or abdominal bridge)is an isometric core strength exercise that involves maintaining a difficult position for extended periods of time. The most common plank is the front plank which is held in a push-up position with the body`s weight borne on forearms, elbows, and toes. Many variation...
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Plank

[wood] A plank is a piece of timber that is flat, elongated, and rectangular with parallel faces that are higher and longer than wide. Used primarily in carpentry, planks are critical in the construction of ships, houses, bridges, and many other structures. Planks also serve as supports to form shelves and tables. Usually made from sawed ti...
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plank

[Noun] A main part of a plan or strategy, often political.
Example: An important plank in the party�s manifesto was to cut taxes.
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plank

[n] - an endorsed policy in the platform of a political party 2. [v] - set (something or oneself) down 3. [v] - cover with planks, as of a wall or a floor 4. [v] - cook and serve on a plank
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Plank

Plank noun [ Middle English planke , Old French planque , planche , French planche , from Latin planca ; confer Greek ..., ..., anything flat and broad. Confer Planch .] 1. A broad piece of sawed timber, differing from a board only in being thicker. S...
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Plank

Plank transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Planked ; present participle & verbal noun Planking .] 1. To cover or lay with planks; as, to plank a floor or a ship. ' Planked with pine.' Dryden. 2....
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plank

1. To cover or lay with planks; as, to plank a floor or a ship. 'Planked with pine.' ... 2. To lay down, as on a plank or table; to stake or pay cash; as, to plank money in a wager. ... 3. To harden, as hat bodies, by felting. ... 4. To splice together the ends of slivers of wool, for subsequent drawing. Planked shad, shad split open, fastened to a...
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plank

noun an endorsed policy in the platform of a political party
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plank

plonk verb set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise; `He planked the money on the table`; `He planked himself into the sofa`
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Plank

• (n.) A broad piece of sawed timber, differing from a board only in being thicker. See Board. • (v. t.) To lay down, as on a plank or table; to stake or pay cash; as, to plank money in a wager. • (v. t.) To splice together the ends of slivers of wool, for subsequent drawing. • (v. t.) To harden, as hat bodies, by felting. &bull...
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Plank

Plank is slang for to pay readily.
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Plank

Plank is slang for to pay readily.
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Plank

Typically an old or poor-quality bat that imparts more energy to the batsman than to the ball when hit.
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plank

a long, flat piece of cut lumber used to cover the frame of a structure.
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Plank

A hard wooden strip (also known as a skid block) that is fitted front-to-back down the middle of the underside of all cars to check that they are not being run too close to the track surface, something that is apparent if the wood is excessively worn.
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Plank

Single length of wood fastened to the outside of a ship's frames or to beams to form decks. A planking strake is a continuous line of planks butted against each other from bow to stern.
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