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- coast Wherries from Rush, Skerries and Balbriggan were famously decked, clincher built, and schooner rigged. Many of them travelled as far as Scotland and...
- in the tube causing a flat tire. Most bicycle rims are "clincher" rims for use with clincher tires. These tires have a wire or aramid (Kevlar or Twaron)...
- ½-pounder swivel guns 1783:14 × 4-pounder guns + 12 × ½-pounder swivel guns Privateer:16 × 6-pounder guns French Navy: Notes Clincher-built and coppered...
- as having three decks, and one mast, and was cutter rigged. She was clincher built with an elliptical stern and straight stem. Her length was 115.5 feet...
- 1794 to 1801, and 1803 until wrecked in 1804. Duke of Clarence was a clincher-built sloop launched at Portsmouth in 1797, of 70 tons (bm), and armed with...
- capture of Diable Volant in December 1796. Adventure, clincher-built, of 65 tons (bm), had been built in 1795 at Torbay. She was on a voyage from London...
- and was last listed in Lloyd's Register (LR) in 1799. Swallow was a clincher-built cutter that was re-rigged as a brig. The Navy gave her the establishment...
- non-dominant clincher can try to "swim" their arm underneath and inside the opponent's clinch, establishing the previously non-dominant clincher as the dominant...
- Tires were pneumatic clincher type, 30 in (762 mm) in diameter, 3.5 in (89 mm) wide in the rear, 3 in (76 mm) in the front. Clinchers needed much higher...
- Gormully & Jeffery company which made the Rambler bicycle. He invented the "clincher" rim which was widely used to fit tires to bicycles and early automobiles...