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double square

[¦dəb·əl ′skwer]
(engineering)

adjustable square, double square

adjustable square
A try square the arm of which is at right angles to the handle; the position of the arm may be moved so as to form an L or a T.
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At the center of the double square stage with modern dynamic lights, the Russlan and Ludmilla-Overture is performed by Shenzhen Philharmonic Orchestra with their apperrance before all the audients at the center of the T stage.
Receiver rings and bridges of the commercial actions varied from round tops, to single or even double square bridges.
The $1 million campus police station project now under way will double square footage for the 13 officers, police chief, lieutenant and sergeant.
The design Double Square interprets hard-edged abstraction with a soft, subdued palette.
Users can use formvar, square or double square magnet wire, Litz wire, pcb traces or foil.
double square or rectangle having the largest area (49).
What we want to do is double square footage we are operating from.
Between this and the existing 1960s block, the southernmost corner of the double square opens into a new pedestrian shopping arcade which leads to the station, Bolles+Wilson's main idea.
When the scope is not in use, it can be removed and tastefully engraved caps are slid onto dovetail rails, giving the double square bridge appearance.
Located in the mountains of North Carolina, the house is a double square in plan with the north half dug into the sloping site and the south half exposed.
While the original Mauser Magnum action came in variety of patterns -- including the single square bridge, double square bridge, solid left receiver wall, left receiver wall with thumb cut -- the most desirable for the custom maker was the solid left wall, double square bridge, which originally appeared around 1930.