progression column

  n.
   a listing of the key bitting possibilities available in one bitting position as displayed in a column of the key bitting array

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  • column — n 1. pillar, upright support, caryatid, atlas, telamon; columna caelata, pilaster, colonnade, peristyle; post, shaft, pier, pole, pylon; standard, stalagnite, spine, cylinder; Naut. mast, spar. 2. obelisk, monolith, pagoda; turret, minaret, tower …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • one column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in one column of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • five column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in five columns of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • four column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in four columns of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • seven column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in seven columns of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • six column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in six columns of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • three column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in three columns of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • two column progression —   n.    a process wherein key bittings are obtained by using the cut possibilities in two columns of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

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