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n. Nautical
One of a pair of horizontal beams set into a masthead to support the crosstrees.
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(Nautical Terms) nautical either of a pair of fore-and-aft timbers fixed horizontally on opposite sides of a lower masthead to support an upper mast
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(ˈtrɛs əlˌtri)

either of a pair of beams supporting the crosstrees at the head of a ship's mast.
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