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Fasten (a piece of wood) in this way
The nail at the tip of each toe
A nail driven obliquely through a piece of wood to secure it
the nail at the end of a toe
toe: drive obliquely; "toe a nail"
A nail is a horn-like envelope covering the dorsal aspect of the terminal phalanges of fingers and toes in humans, most primates, and a few other mammals.
Toenailing is to drive a nail at a slant with the initial surface in order to permit it to penetrate into a second member. It is a popular technique that carpenters use on a regular basis.
(Toe-nailing) Drive a nail at an angle through one wood member into another.
(Toenailing) To drive a nail in at a slant. Method used to secure floor joists to the plate. Not acceptable for securing joists flush to a header or beam.
(Toenailing) Nailing at an angle to connect one framing piece to a second.
Nailing at an angle to attach two boards together; diagonally through the corner of one board into the other board.
Driving nails at an angle into corners or other joints.
method of driving a nail diagonally through a surface
at the tip of the toe; contains a blood vessel.
To fasten aboard or timber to the surface of another by driving nails obliquely through the end or edge of the first timber and into the second.
drive nails at slant.
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