free end

free end

[¦frē ′end]
(geology)
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Handling the long lance lightly, glancing twice or thrice along its length to see if it be exactly straight, Stubb whistlingly gathers up the coil of the warp in one hand, so as to secure its free end in his grasp, leaving the rest unobstructed.
For example, by all their common and familiar performances--throwing large objects into the air which never come down; causing plants to sprout, grow visibly and blossom, in bare ground chosen by spectators; putting a man into a wicker basket, piercing him through and through with a sword while he shrieks and bleeds, and then--the basket being opened nothing is there; tossing the free end of a silken ladder into the air, mounting it and disappearing.
He felt the free end of the rope dropped upon him and heard the grating being slid into place above him.
Round each of her wrists was tied a string, the free ends of which (at a distance of a few yards) were held in Miserrimus Dexter's hands.
Paying a higher weekly rate will get students a free end of tenancy clean, so they don't have to get their hands dirty.
Dene, famous for the hits Agadoo, Superman, Do The Conga, The Music Man and more, is appearing this Sunday, September 13, at the free End Of Summer Party, in Prestatyn, at The Conservative Club, Elden Avenue.
Most of the deformation was occurred at the free end in the lateral direction.
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You can use the cable two ways: Loop one end through the other around a vehicle hold-down or seat bracket, with the free end attached to the lock.
The maximum deflection that the beam would have is the deflection of the free end of the beam.
Pass the free end down through the eye of the hook, before whipping the line back around the shank, seven or eight times, keeping the turns tight to the bottom of eye.
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