Stretcher

A stretcher, litter, or pram is an apparatus used for moving patients who require medical care. A basic type (cot or litter) must be carried by two or more people. Whereas a wheeled stretcher (known as a gurney, trolley, bed or cart) is often equipped with variable height frames containing wheels, tracks, or skids. In American English, a wheeled s...
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Stretcher

an inclined foot rest, attached to the boat, to which a rower may place and in some instances (usually in competition) attach his feet.
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stretcher

(strech´әr) a portable couchlike or bedlike contrivance for carrying the sick or wounded; called also litter.
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stretcher

[n] - a wooden framework on which canvas is stretched and fixed for oil painting 2. [n] - a mechanical device used to make something larger (as shoes or gloves) by stretching it 3. [n] - a litter for transporting people who are ill or wounded or dead
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Stretcher

• (n.) A litter, or frame, for carrying disabled, wounded, or dead persons. • (n.) A narrow crosspiece of the bottom of a boat against which a rower braces his feet. • (n.) A crosspiece placed between the sides of a boat to keep them apart when hoisted up and griped. • (n.) An overstretching of the truth; a lie. • (n.) The ...
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stretcher

noun a litter for transporting people who are ill or wounded or dead; usually consists of a sheet of canvas stretched between two poles
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Stretcher

[furniture] A stretcher is a horizontal support element of a table, chair or other item of furniture; this structure is normally made of exposed wood and ties vertical elements of the piece together. There are numerous styles of the stretcher including circumferential, double and spindle design. This term is sometimes referred to as a stret...
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Stretcher

Stretch'er noun 1. One who, or that which, stretches. 2. (Masonry) A brick or stone laid with its longer dimension in the line of direction of the wall. Gwilt. 3. (Architecture) A piece of timber used in building. 4. (Nautical) (a)...
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Stretcher

a brick laid with its long side to the face of the wall.
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Stretcher

A horizontal brace in an h or x shape connecting the legs of a table or chair. Often decorated with carving or turning.
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Stretcher

A horizontal bracing member connecting legs of a table or chair.
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stretcher

A litter, usually a sheet of canvas stretched to a frame with four handles, used for transporting the sick or injured. ... Origin: A.S. Streccan, to stretch ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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stretcher

A masonry unit laid with its greatest dimension horizontal and its face parallel to the wall face.
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Stretcher

A masonry unit laid with its longer dimension parallel to the face of the wall or arch barrel.
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Stretcher

A masonry unit or brick laid horizontally with its length parallel to the wall.
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Stretcher

A unit of stone placed lengthwise in a course.
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stretcher

A wooden chassis for textile supports that has expandable corners.
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Stretcher

an inclined foot rest, attached to the boat, to which a rower may place and in some instances (usually in competition) attach his feet.
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Stretcher

Auxiliary support – fabric over wood, tongued and slotted at its joints to allow tightening. Stretcher Examples
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Stretcher

Brick or block laid lengthways in a wall.
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stretcher

brick placed lengthwise in masonry
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stretcher

In art, a wooden frame over which artists' canvas is stretched and tacked for painting. It is usually made from pine wood. ...
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stretcher

In art, a wooden frame over which artists' canvas is stretched and tacked for painting. It is usually made from pine wood
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Stretcher

In masonry a stretcher is a brick or stone laid with its longer dimension in the line of direction of the wall.
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Stretcher

See below Rhombenspanner and butterflies,
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