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  Reply # 588244 29-Feb-2012 11:26
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If you look at the way it appears to be made, it seems that the the arm moves in relation to whatever it fits on to perhaps to indicate the position it is on the item it's sliding along?

Edit: That is, the item it fits on varies in size along it's length

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  Reply # 588268 29-Feb-2012 12:21
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Well my tool-expert and knower-of-all-things has failed me, offering only that it may be a "wigwam for a gooses bridle".




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 588289 29-Feb-2012 12:59
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stevenz: Well my tool-expert and knower-of-all-things has failed me, offering only that it may be a "wigwam for a gooses bridle".
At this point any guess is as right as any other so for the time being it will be known as a "wigwam for a gooses bridle"

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  Reply # 601001 27-Mar-2012 21:31
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Is it a new kernel for GNU/HURD?

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