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pinchers, upon a rail or rack in ascending or dcscending grades. Clinch. Clinch. 1. (Nautical.) A mode of fastening large ropes, cClinch. 1. (Nautical.) A mode of fastening large ropes, consisting of a half-hitch with the end stopped back to its part by seizings. The outer end of a hawser is bent by a clinch to the ring of the, to prevent retraction. Clinch-built. See clincher-work. Clinch′er. A tool for clinching, — that is, turning over the pointed enrought up to engage with and flatten down the point of the nail. Clinch′er-built. See clincher-work. Clinch′er-work. 1. Lap-jointClinch′er-work. 1. Lap-jointed work. A mode of building in which the lower edge of each plank overlaps the one next below it, like the weather-boarding of a house; thethe plates are secured by two rows of rivets, one to each plate. Clinch′ing. (Nautical.) Slightly calking the seams round the ports with oakum, in anticipation of foul weather. Clinch′ing-iron. See clincher. Clinch-joint. See clincher-work. Clinch-ri
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