In automobile industry, clutch pertains to an apparatus that disconnects the engine from the transmission in order for the car to change gears and then enables the gears to resume contact and turn together at a new speed.

In architecture, a clutch refers to the plastic and metal assembly on which the cam pivots of a double hung or single hung sash rest. The clutch is attached to the block and tackle system of the balance tubes which allow opening and closing of the sash. The clutches are color coded for easy identification of balance strength.

See also:
"Clutch" is in the UNSPSC Code "23153016"
  Clutch jig

Ref: 123241/2006-09-23

Clutch is a group of eggs that is layed by female chameleons and the total number of aggs laid by a formal bird in one nest

-see also:
"Clutch" is in the UNSPSC Code "25173815"
  Clutch cables

Ref: 122712/2006-09-23

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