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spritsail sheet block

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    сущ. блинда-шкот-блок - блок аналогичный гитов-блоку, но более округлый и имел плечо в виде тарелки. Полукруглый кип проходил по блоку и через тарелку, где имелись два отверстия для стропа. Блинда-шкот-блок применяли до 1750 г.

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