Definitions for "Clinker"
A mass composed of several bricks run together by the action of the fire in the kiln.
Scoria or vitrified incombustible matter, formed in a grate or furnace where anthracite coal in used; vitrified or burnt matter ejected from a volcano; slag.
A scale of oxide of iron, formed in forging.
Keywords:  strakes, outboard, plank, hull, overlap
form of boat-construction in which the strakes are placed so that they partially overlap one another, usually with the upper outboard of the lower.
Or clencher; Hull planking running fore-and-aft with the lower edge of each strake overlapping outboard the upper edge of the plank below it. Clinker strakes are usually secured to each other by nails with roved heads (i.e. the nail ends have a flat washer placed over them and are then mushroomed over with a hammer). See carvel.
Clinker building is a method of constructing hulls of boats and ships by fixing wooden planks and in the early nineteenth century, iron plates to each other so that the planks overlap along their edges. The overlapping joint is called a land. In any but a very small boat, the planks will be joined also, end to end.
Cog, ship type Commercial activities & archaeology Can commercial interests and archaeology co-exist? The answer depends on whom you ask. See Ethics, Economy, Selling artefacts, Debate, and Salvage.
Red body formed by either the extrusion process or dust pressing. Sometimes referred to as red stoneware. This tile can be glazed or unglazed with a water absorption of 0.7%.
Keywords:  fluffed, bad, note, one
A bad note
bad note, or one that is fluffed.
Keywords:  jagged, rough, fragment
A rough, jagged fragment
n.] [slang] something excellent or outstanding