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||a match with a large head ignited by friction and capable of burning even in a wind.
||a red flare used as a warning signal, esp. of stalled railway trains or of stalled trucks on a highway.
||a grooved conical pulley and chain arrangement used in timepieces to counteract the diminishing force of the mainspring as it uncoils over time.
||a fuse used for detonation.