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corner post

corner post, 1
1. In a timber structure, a post which is placed at a corner or return angle to provide for exterior or interior nailing.
2. A metal mullion member which connects two sheets of glass at an angle, forming a corner.
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Corner Posts The corner posts are no longer considered to be touch in goal, except when the ball is grounded against the post.
Corner posts with 2-inch tenons were constructed of standard and better Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), No.
The current CPSC regulation addresses hanging by entrapment, but neither it nor the ASTM voluntary standard addresses the height of the corner post extensions and finials or other "catch points.
Virtually every type and brand of compression and transfer press has been converted in the past 30 years, ranging in style and including slab-side and strain rod, barrel style, corner post and window frame.
The student may need to find a particular corner post, then walk several hundred yards, northeast, through an open field to locate an irrigation pump.
At military sites, additional cable is brought up on the outriggers at corner posts to detect sophisticated intruders climbing a corner post.
Osage-orange posts today cost in the neighborhood of $3 for a four-inch-diameter line post seven feet long to $10 for a seven-inch, nine-foot corner post.
Contract awarded for 365 Corner post office for repair work (2 stations - woosandong circumference, Sillim)
A protruding corner post on the bunk beds exceeds the 5mm allowed by industry standard, posing an entrapment hazard.
Some excitable defence saw Tim Swinson's pace to the tackle area rewarded with a turnover beside his left corner post, but the pre-season cobwebs were clearly being dusted off as both sides contended with the occasional knock-on and forward pass.
The slide rail shoring system is made up of five main components: corner post, spreader post (also known as linear rails), spreader beams, roller beams and panels.
Further down at the next shelter was a man with a jack-hammer almost lost down the hole digging under the shelter corner post, broken paving slabs around him.