string line


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string line

n.
The balk line in billiards.

string line

n
(Billiards & Snooker) billiards another name for baulkline1
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Noun1.string line - line across a billiard table behind which the cue balls are placed at the start of a gamestring line - line across a billiard table behind which the cue balls are placed at the start of a game
line - in games or sports; a mark indicating positions or bounds of the playing area
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Secure a string line to one corner and pull the line so it's perfectly perpendicular, using a speed square to check the angle.
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED: n A shovel n Rubber mallet n String line n Spirit level n Pointing trowel n All-in ballast, building and sharp sand - available from your stockist and they will be able to advise quantities.
Tie a string line to one post, about 30cm from the ground, pull it to the other one and tie it off.
Tie a string line to one of the posts, about 30cm from the ground, and pull the string to the other post and tie it off.
Put a string line in place to mark the position of the hedge and give a straight edge for a planting guide.
After researching the possibility, using GPS machine control technology to pour concrete curbs and sidewalks without using traditional string line methods appeared viable."
Norman designed all of the company's bowed strings until 1999, including the Helicore string line, well known among string players worldwide.
Start by laying out the perimeter of the shed, either with stakes and a string line, or with a rectangle built with 2x4s to represent the outside edges of the 10 x 12-ft.
MATERIALS: 18mm sheet of MDF 2 metres of 2 x 1ins planed timber 6mm wall plugs 50mm screws Glue TOOLS: Cordless drill driver with hammer action Cordless jigsaw and router with blades Standard and masonry drill bits Spirit level Tape measure String line Pencil Safety mask and glasses Silicon gun 1.
QRegarding the Trompe L'Oeil door you featured recently, I am confused by the placing of the peg two-thirds up from the bottom and the fixing of the string line. What does this mean?
Plant in straight drills created using a string line as a guide, creating the small furrow with the back of a hoe or rake.