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- v. Present participle of gnarl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Roughened ridging or milling on the edge of a set-screw or other part of a machine. It is made with a gnarling-tool for the purpose of affording a firm hold. Also called gnarled work.
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