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Giovanna Lupi Local time: 21:02 Works in field Native speaker of: English, Italian PRO pts in category: 20
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Asker: Thanks, I found that site in Italian with Google but couldn't find the English page. But I see Webster define's "joggle as: a notch or tooth in a joining surface (as of a piece of building material) to prevent slipping. So that's what we're looking for!
Asker: defines - sorry for the abominable use of the apostrophe!!