false set

false set

[¦fȯls ′set]
(materials)
Rapid hardening of freshly mixed cement paste, mortar, or concrete with minimum evolution of heat; plasticity can be restored by mixing without addition of water.
(mining engineering)
A light, temporary lagging set of timber supporting the side and roof lagging until the drive is advanced sufficiently to allow the heavy permanent set to be put, at which time the false set is taken out and used again in advance of the next permanent set. Also known as fake set.

false set, early stiffening, hesitation set, plaster set, premature stiffening, rubber set

The rapid development of rigidity in a freshly mixed portland cement paste, mortar, or concrete without the generation of much heat; this rigidity can be dispelled and plasticity regained by further mixing without addition of water.
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They put him under laughing-gas one year, poor lad, and drew all his teeth, and gave him a false set, because he suffered so terribly with toothache; and then it turned to neuralgia and ear-ache.
He wasn't the only star who struggled with his role as his co-star Noomi Rapace couldn't get to grips with wearing contact lenses and a false set of teeth.
Maria Ludkin, legal director of GMB, the union which supported the drivers, said: "Even after the judge found Ms Bertram's evidence lacked credibility and described her as 'grimly loyal', she continues to try and advance a misleading and false set of facts.
A re-invasion of Iraq with large ground forces is a false set of options," Gates said.
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London, Dec 09 (ANI): 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star Johnny Depp may be finding it hard to come out of his reel-life character Jack Sparrow - because he hasn't yet found a dentist to remove the false set he wore for the role.
When she fails to put offa charming potential buyer with a false set of accounts, she then tries to impress him with her business acumen in the hope he'll keep her on as manager.
One credit rating agency believes that over a nine month period, nine auditors suffered identity theft in order to legitimise a false set of accounts whilst the same agency, Graydon, reckoned that 100 sets of accounts had been set up using completely fictitious auditor details.
Then she spent an hour and a half in the chair having her teeth filed in preparation for the veneers, a mould made for the permanent teeth and a false set fitted.
Even someone with a false set of teeth can come and have a check up for screening and it's effective.