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(pronounced STRAYT-mach)

See drop

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(pronounced strayt ree-PEET)

See block

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(pronounced strayt ah-KRAWSS ree-PEET)

See block

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(pronounced STRI-eh / stree-AY)

We know that you know what stripes are, and you have probably even heard the term “striated.” As you can well imagine, these words are related to those. Though the term is used

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(pronounced strIk)

This kind of strike has nothing with refusing to go to work, slapping someone in the kisser, lighting a match, or posing dramatically. In the A&D world, a strike (or a strike plate,

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(pronounced STREENG-er)

In the A&D industry, this word has several meanings, but they all essentially mean the same thing, even if they appear to be completely different. All stringers have to do with stability in