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[hed-stok] /ˈhɛdˌstɒk/

the part of a machine containing or directly supporting the moving or working parts, as the assembly supporting and driving the live spindle in a lathe.
the part of a machine that supports and transmits the drive to the chuck Compare tailstock
the wooden or metal block on which a church bell is hung


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