Tackboard



noun
1.
a large board, usually made of cork or soft wood, on which notices can be tacked.

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    noun 1. a short, sharp-pointed nail, usually with a flat, broad head. 2. Nautical. a rope for extending the lower forward corner of a course. the lower forward corner of a course or fore-and-aft sail. the heading of a sailing vessel, when sailing close-hauled, with reference to the wind direction. a course run obliquely against […]



  • Tacker

    noun 1. a short, sharp-pointed nail, usually with a flat, broad head. 2. Nautical. a rope for extending the lower forward corner of a course. the lower forward corner of a course or fore-and-aft sail. the heading of a sailing vessel, when sailing close-hauled, with reference to the wind direction. a course run obliquely against […]

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