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yoke

 [yōk]
1. a connecting structure.
2. jugum.

ju·gum

, pl.

ju·ga

(jū'gŭm, -gă), [TA]
1. A ridge or furrow connecting two points. Synonym(s): yoke [TA]
2. A type of forceps.
[L. a yoke]

ju·gum

, pl. juga (jū'gŭm, -gă)
1. [TA] A ridge or furrow connecting two points.
Synonym(s): yoke.
2. A type of forceps.
[L. a yoke]

ju·gum

, pl. juga (jū'gŭm, -gă)
1. [TA] A ridge or furrow connecting two points.
Synonym(s): yoke.
2. A type of forceps.
[L. a yoke]
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With right sides together, align the front body and the front yoke along the bust seam, matching the circles and notches and evenly distributing gathers; stitch.
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During preflight inspection, pilot's yoke failed as proper control movement was verified.
Why does Jesus ask His listeners to take His yoke? Will it fit them and will it make their work easier?
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.
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said it is now shipping its new control loading flight yoke.
The 46-year-old captain's prosthetic was supposed to be attached to the yoke, which is used to keep the plane level, but came loose from a special clamp.
Shortly before, the 46-year-old pilot had checked that his prosthetic lower left arm was securely attached to the yoke clamp which he used to fly the aircraft.