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Lash

(lash),
Abraham Fae, 20th-century U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist. See: Lash operation.

lash

(lash),
An eyelash.

lash

the horsehair or thin leather tag attached to the end of a stockwhip and which is responsible for the pistol shot-like report produced by the gun whip crackers.
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Redcar MP Vera Baird, who has written to PD Ports bosses, said replacing local lashers with less well-paid, non-EU seamen was worrying.
Normally, we stow on the run and the lashers follow at their pace.
In 1949, GMP and Bell Telephone Laboratories joined forces to pioneer the first modern automatic lashing machine, the Model B Lasher, establishing the telephone industry's standard in lashing technology.