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"Gooseneck, n. 1. A wooden bar used to couple two logging trucks. (Gen.) Syn.: rooster (P. C. F.) 2. The point of draft on a logging sled; it consists of a curved iron hook bolted to the roll. (N. F.) 3. A V-shaped pair of thills joining the forward and rear sets of runners of a logging sled. (N. W.) 4. A curved iron driven into the bottom of a slide to check the speed of descending logs. (App. - R. M. F) Syn.: scotch, sprag. (App.) 5. See Yoke. "