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Could perhaps be referring to "manhole ring/frame," in some contexts, however in this context I think it is simply referring to manhole in general (i.e. as a unit, including the ring/frame). 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
You make as many incorrect answers as anyone else here. But you insist on claiming your 'proof' and 'righteous' protection is somehow irrefutable. Which indicates you seem to have an inability to accept other's views. Moreover, my references here were provided, as in many cases, as a suggestion for the asker to make their own determination and provide some relevant information. Your attitude appears quite different, and you seem to react personally.In this, and other recent cases, your reaction seems spiteful. This creates an unpleasant atmosphere that you are responsible for.
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Explanation: "Däxellock är ett ord som i nordligare nejder har sin motsvarighet i ordet brunnslock. Lock och ram bildar tillsammans en däxel, ett ord som är närbesläktat med danskans dæksel."