yoke


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Synonyms for yoke

Synonyms for yoke

Synonyms for yoke

fabric comprising a fitted part at the top of a garment

an oppressive power

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a pair of draft animals joined by a yoke

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support consisting of a wooden frame across the shoulders that enables a person to carry buckets hanging from each end

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a connection (like a clamp or vise) between two things so they move together

stable gear that joins two draft animals at the neck so they can work together as a team

become joined or linked together

link with or as with a yoke

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put a yoke on or join with a yoke

References in periodicals archive ?
As he made the 'flare' manoeuvre - a stage of the landing shortly before touchdown - "his prosthetic limb became detached from the yoke clamp, depriving him of control of the aircraft".
The captain considered giving control to the co-pilot, but decided that given the time available and the challenging conditions, his best course of action was to move his right hand from the power levers on to the yoke to regain control.
For pulling, you merely need a single yoke with two traces, but the yoke must fit properly, with the hitch points putting the traces far enough out from the shoulders and body that they will not rub on the animal.
Once the pattern is cut, take the two yoke pieces, lay one over the other, and fold it in half lengthwise to find the center.
When you rest the detector on the ground, put the search head flat so the yoke is not left lying on the ground where it can be more easily damaged.
The next adjustment that may be necessary to cure a galloping action is yoke alignment.
Johnston, who is hoping to win Wales' Strongest Man in Carmarthen on July 14, said: "The yoke and frame carry are events I''ve really worked hard on and I''m sure would have gained me quite a few places.
For pilots who wish to mount their iPad in the cockpit, the iPad Sport NR is mounted using a quick-connect Sport Adapter with a yoke, glare shield, or suction cup mounting system by RAM.
The following year the shoulder yoke was adopted and this became a regular feature of the shirts until 1929.
Yoke devotes less than half of his thirteen-page article to "Johnny Mnemonic," preferring instead to focus on fog in Dickens, Hardy, and popular culture (e.
A typical Afghan dress has a long skirt, a golden sewing thread, mirror work at the yoke and long buttonless cuffs.
After takeoff, I felt excessive forward pressure on the yoke and tried to trim out the force.
One of the artifacts associated with the Mayan ball game is what is called a yoke, because of its resemblance to the plowing device.
Blagoeva had posted the presentation on the ISAF intranet in Kabul with text talking about the Turkish Yoke instead of the politically correct Ottoman Rule.