Drift

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Drift or Drifts may mean:

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  • Drift pin, a metalworking tool used to align parts
  • Drift mining, a nearly horizontal underground tunnel
  • Drift netting, a fishing technique where nets, called drift nets, are allowed to drift free in a sea or lake
  • Pipe drift, eccentricity or roundness in a pipe's inner wall

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