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    Hi Jack! You're completey right with this term. In this context, "dog" means "herraje", i.e. the general term including all types of hinges.
    I found a lot of references on the web, here is one in Spanish language:
    http://www.revista-mm.com/rev31/bisagra.htm

    Hope it helps! and Good Luck!

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    Dear fellows,

    thank you all for your help!

    herraje1.
    (De hierro).
    1. m. Conjunto de piezas de hierro o acero con que se guarnece un artefacto, como una puerta, un cofre, etc.

    (From the RAE)

    Cheers

    Jack

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    Hi guys!!
    Wouldn't that be "lock"?
    Or are dog and lock synonyms?

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