T hinge

NOUN
  1. a hinge that looks like the letter T when it is opened; similar to a strap hinge except that one strap has been replaced by half of a butt hinge that can be mortised flush into the stationary frame
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How To Use T hinge In A Sentence

  • For those who haven't seen the movie, the plot hinges around a cursed video which causes anyone who watches it to die within seven days.
  • In candid interviews, representatives said a settlement hinges on these issues: Staffing levels.
  • It hinges on the idea that we are all now part of the jet set. Times, Sunday Times
  • He slowly opened the lid that hinged to the box.
  • It hinges on whether this person has the capacity to give informed consent, and this is rather a subjective judgment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The economic rationale for the use of the loan instrument hinges on capital market imperfections.
  • Fit hinge bolts to give extra support to the door lock.
  • III. ii.66 (243,9) the pregnant hinges of the knee] I believe the sense of _pregnant_ in this place is, _quick, ready, prompt_. Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies
  • THE RULE JOINT HINGE is used to connect the top and the drop leaf of a table in cases where continuity of design is desired, so that the edge of the top and the leaf will show an ovolo moulding when the table is either open or closed. Woodwork Joints How they are Set Out, How Made and Where Used.
  • Innovation continues in the boot, where the designers have introduced a split tailgate - ideal for tight town situations - with a glass that hinges like a hatchback and a drop-down lower tailgate with its own storage compartment.
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