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  • (Leipzig, 1878); Count v.Waldersdorf, Regensburg in seiner Vergangenheit and Gegenwart (4th ed., Regensburg, 1896); Fink, Regensburg in seiner Vorzeit and Gegenwart (6th ed., Regensburg, 1903); and Schratz, Fiihrer durch Regensburg (5th ed., G.
  • 20 shows a Fink truss, a characteristic early American type, with cast iron compression and wrought iron tension members.
  • Thus, the Fink truss consists of king-post trusses; the Pratt truss (fig.
  • Fink, Lat.
  • ' This call-note, which to many ears sounds like "pink" or "spink," not only gives the bird a name in many parts of Britain, but is also obviously the origin of the German Fink and the English Finch.

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