trunnel


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a wooden peg that is used to fasten timbers in shipbuilding

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The Register-Guard asked Jim Trunnel, owner of Our Place Tavern in Eugene, to offer his own figures.
Tavern owner Jim Trunnel of Eugene has said: "Here's what it takes to manage the lottery.
Survivors include two sons, Ron of Vancouver, Wash., and Gary of Bend; two sisters, Ardis Johnson of Aloha and Lois Trunnel of Eugene; three grandchildren; and four great- grandchildren.
The structural support for each sculpture relies solely on the trusses as base and wooden nails or trunnels as fasteners made from the same driftwood.
Traditional wooden pegs (trunnels) were used to connect the truss elements.