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set square

n
(Tools) a thin flat piece of plastic, metal, etc, in the shape of a right-angled triangle, used in technical drawing
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Noun1.set square - a try square with an adjustable sliding headset square - a try square with an adjustable sliding head
try square - a square having a metal ruler set at right angles to another straight piece
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Then we can draw the line AE using freehand such that it is perpendicular to AB because we know we can construct such a line by using a protractor to measure 90o or by using a set square.
At her feet, an artist's palette, a designer's compass and an architect's set square remind us that the arts are as integral to Liverpool life and success as industry and commerce.
While posted as ED Assistant Director, Shekhar, in conspiracy with M/S of Set Square Holdings Private Limited Raj Kumar Agarwal, reportedly abused his official position as a public servant and obtained an illegal gratification from different persons as a motive or a reward for discharging his duties.
The problem is that too many corporate leaders forget that each of these mansions is set square in a social neighborhood, where lawyers, investors, regulators, and concerned citizens can see through the windows.
As a first-time buyer property or a holiday home, this is truly a unique property for anyone who loves something out of the ordinary, just leave your protractor and set square behind when viewing.
Look for the unmistakeable symbols representing Freemasonry: the set square and set of compasses, the tools of the stonemason, often depicted with the letter 'G', standing for 'the Great Architect of the Universe' and geometry and the all-seeing eye, known in Freemasonry as the Eye of Providence.
The cheers of many boxing fans even got gaudier now that Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley are set square off on April 12 for their rematch.
The shop's work is fantastic but Goggsy insists on taking a ruler and set square to every shirt.
Use the set square to make sure the sides and corners are square.
You can also use your set square to make sure the hole you are about to cut is level.
When that location's determined, mark it and coax the peep to set square to the sight at full draw, swapping single strands from one side of the peep to the other if necessary.
Andrew has already created a 3m high claw hammer and giant metal set square.