Clamp [noun]

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The Innogear stand clamps directly onto your desk and stays wherever you put it thanks to spring tension.

Some lawmakers are upset by several recent actions social media companies have taken that clamp down on free speech, while others think the companies are doing far too little far too late.

People like to use this stand with a seated or standing desk, and it has front clamps to prevent your machine from slipping.

We appreciate the ergonomic top with an extended, 100-millimeter clamp zone that’s perfect for mounting a cycling computer, aero bars, handlebar bag, lights, and anything else we might need to bring along on our adventure outings.

Each arm can independently support up to 20 pounds, and they’re joined together by a single central desk clamp.

Sometimes they would clamp a crooked stick between a grooved piece of sandstone and a flat bone.

When the shellac is thoroughly dry, warm the stone again to melt the shellac, and clamp the pieces together.

Sometimes a dozen of them would clamp their peavies on either side, and by sheer brute force carry the stick to deep water.

When pulling on the tie pin the arms of the holder tend to draw together and clamp it on the pin.

In either case, do not let the edges of the splicing material meet, and it will clamp tightly on the whip.