Definition of Joint hinge
1. Noun. A hinge with two long straps; one strap is fastened to the surface of a moving part (e.g., a door or lid) and the other is fastened to the adjacent stationary frame.
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Literary usage of Joint hinge
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1. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"Fast joint hinge. One in which the pin is permanently retained in place by the ... Heave-off ; Lift-off : Loose joint hinge. One in which one half of the ..."
2. Technological Dictionary: English-Spanish and Spanish-English of Words and by Néstor Ponce de León (1920)
"edge polisher — de ancla y collarín de una compuerta ее esclusa (hy ) anchor and collar. — de caja, ehest hinge — de coin, back flap hinge, joint hinge. ..."
3. A Japanese-English and English-Japanese Dictionary by James Curtis Hepburn (1886)
"A pair or couple consisting of male and female; a joint, hinge, or place where two things hinge on each other, as a screen: niwatori ..."
4. Bridge Engineering by John Alexander Low Waddell (1916)
"joint hinge.—See "Hinge." Joint of Rupture.—Sec " Rupture." Joint Pipe.—See "Pipe." Joint Splice.—See "Splice." Joist.—To fit or furnish with joists. ..."
5. The Human body by Henry Newell Martin (1898)
"The glenoid fossa being much shallower than the acetabulum, the range of movement possible at the shoulder is greater than at the hip joint. Hinge Joints. ..."
6. Elements of Biology: A Practical Text-book Correlating Botany, Zoology, and by George William Hunter (1907)
"Ball and socket joint. HINGE JOINTS. — The second kind of joint, in the leg of the frog, is found between the thigh and the shank. Notice that movement here ..."