half-section

half-section

n
(General Engineering) engineering a scale drawing of a section through a symmetrical object that shows only half the object
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To escape from his predicament he ran away with a widow six years older than himself, who owned a half-section. This remedy worked, apparently.
In 1913, Lea's father bought the half-section which Guest had owned.
We drove back toward camp and decided to hunt a half-section featuring a snaking gully that had been ignored by other hunters.
We watched a half-section of barley stubble that the geese wanted to feed on.
Where they exist on east-west or north-south orientations, fence lines often run on section lines or half-section lines.
That, for a fleeting half-section of one of the putting tests, I was, in Lupton's words, "above European Tour standard"!
By August, if the weather was favorable and we had avoided grasshoppers and hail, fields of wheat, oats and barley would be ripening on our 320-acre half-section farm.
a) If the block consists of one half-section (bar), i.e.
When installing glass in a two-story foyer or other difficult-to-access area, glaziers will often set up their own pipe staging and move the glass up through the staging a half-section at a time.
"Well, you know the loan we extended to you when you decided to buy that half-section from Mantrell?"
To enhance safety while providing an aesthetically pleasing design, the new fascia barriers use a half-section "Jersey" shape, faced with a bright white polymer shell.