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bridge

Compression the action of compressing or being compressed.
Suspension bridge is a type of bridge in which the deck (the load-bearing portion) is hung below suspension cables on vertical suspenders.
Dissipate (with reference to a feeling or other intangible thing) disappear or cause to disappear.
Buckle A flat, typically rectangular frame with a hinged pin, used for joining the ends of a belt or strap.
Torsion the action of twisting or the state of being twisted, especially of one end of an object relative to the other.
Cantilever a long projecting beam or girder fixed at only one end, used in bridge construction
Stable torsion an instrument used to measure small forces, esp. electric or magnetic forces, by the torsion they produce in a thin wire, thread, or rod
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