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    week-hinged gate

    I just wanted a confirmation of the fact that a week-hinged gate is a gate with weak hinges, and not some special kind of gate. Comments?!


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    Re: week-hinged gate

    I think it is a typo! "weak hinged" seems more likely.

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    Re: week-hinged gate

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    I think it is a typo! "weak hinged" seems more likely.

    Do you mean that it is a hinged gate, which is also weak? Otherwise, I'm not really sure what would be the difference between a weak-hinged gate and a weak hinged gate. Please, enlighten me!

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    Re: week-hinged gate

    Quote Originally Posted by Caorthine View Post
    ... it is a hinged gate, which is also weak
    I don't see what else it could be.

    The notion of a gate fitted with special hinges that only work on a weekly timer is so absurd that I think we can discount it!

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