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Number: 119/747
Name: Animal husbandry > Animal controlling or handling (e.g., restraining, breaking, training, sorting, conveying, etc.) > Stanchion > Having bottom-pivoted upright stanchion bar > Pivotally connected near bottom and vertical centerline of stanchion
Description: Subject matter wherein the swinging upright shaft swings about an axis which is both close to the lower end of the other upright member and is located approximately midway between the swinging upright shaft and the other upright member.










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119/748 Opposing upright stanchion bars both pivot 0


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