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1. A loose, bent-up end of one of the strap rails, or flat rails, formerly used on American railroads. It was sometimes so bent by the passage of a train as to slip over a wheel and pierce the bottom of a car.
2. (Science: botany) The turtlehead. The guinea-hen flower. See snake's-head, and under Guinea.
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