Brace-jack



a triangular piece of wood used for propping up scenery from behind.

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    something that holds parts together or in place, as a clasp or clamp. anything that imparts rigidity or steadiness. Also called bitbrace, bitstock. Machinery. a device for holding and turning a bit for boring or drilling. Building Trades. a piece of timber, metal, etc., for supporting or positioning another piece or portion of a framework. […]

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