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crosspiece

Any piece of timber or beam crossing from wall to wall or running from one part to another.
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Unlike the traditional sway pole, the breakaway model was not planted directly in the ground, but rather attached to a crosspiece suspended between two support poles.
Did Jesus carry the crosspiece over one shoulder or over both shoulders?
Prior to this, Monu's effort had struck the crosspiece in the 63rd minute.
The shortest crosspiece likely represents the cross-bottom timber nearest to the stern or stem post.
See if adding a crosspiece can help stiffen the frame.
Keep them in place with the use of a crosspiece 1x2 board nailed to them.
Even the most experienced kite fisherman occasionally dunks a kite, and now and then a strut, string or crosspiece breaks.
Church Street was approached through a splendidly decorated triumphal arch, on the crosspiece of which was the motto 'Good luck and a long life' on the other side being the words, 'Good luck and prosperity'.
It uses a radar placed above the upper crosspiece and two cameras, one on each side of the bumper, which can distinguish pedestrians from other hazards.
If you have the harness inside-out, the crosspiece rubs a sore spot on your head.
American assembly lines are set up with this crosspiece on there already," says Eller.