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synonyms for latch
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Pressurization exerts forces on any potential weak point, and that includes doors and cargo hold latches.Why Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Must Have Died Instantaneously | Clive Irving | March 11, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
When your hungry baby latches to your lactating breast, are you simply nursing your child or making a political statement?
Message discipline: When he latches on to a topic, he is unstoppable, but he sometimes wanders too far.
They were afraid of the noise they must make in turning the keys, withdrawing the bolts, and lifting the latches.Digby Heathcote | W.H.G. Kingston
Before he can start to open a lock gate, he must first have released the miter-forcing machine that latches the gates.The Panama Canal | Frederic Jennings Haskin
Figs. 197 and 198 show more complicated spring-latches but this latch is not so difficult to make as it may appear in the diagram.Shelters, Shacks and Shanties | D.C. Beard
Here the H hinges have been retained and also the old-time latches.Remodeled Farmhouses | Mary H. Northend
If I leave the latches down, that is due to the fact that I have no one to fear.The Princess Elopes | Harold MacGrath
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