The chuck is the upper tool in a bench or foot press. The chuck is designed to hold the fastener in place through the attaching process, while contributing to the attachment by rolling, crimping, or supplying other actions according to the design of the chuck.
A cylinder shaped device with two, three or four moveable jaws inside so that when one part of the cylinder is turned and the other held still, the jaws close to hold a bit. Used on drills. A typical chuck will hold from 1/16" to 3/8" Collet
a short duration trailing element, which when added to the end of a syllable, harshens the offset of a call so that it punctuates the end of the syllable with a click," explained James Hare, one of the study's authors
A portable fire hydrant that was carried on the apparatus with one or more gated connections for fire hose and pumpers. Still commonly used in England, the chuck is screwed into a special flush hydrant connection or fire mains.