half set

half set

[′haf ‚set]
(mining engineering)
In mine timbering, one leg piece and a collar.
References in classic literature ?
The staff had left the boards for the moment, leaving a scene half set.
I don't know about that,' Miss Wren retorted; 'but you had better by half set up a pen-wiper, and turn industrious, and use it.
Two tries late in the first half set them on the way to victory against opponents whose defeat offered a lifeline to Scotland.
A strike from Mark Wilson early in the second half set up Celtic for a lasteight clash at Inverness.
But the first half set the tone and the disappointing factor was that we never started the game in the manner in which we should have.
AN Ian Morrison strike and a spectacular effort from Matt Davies in the first half set The People's Pub on course for a deserved 2-1 Parkin Cup victory over Castle (John Jones).
Two goals in a minute midway in the first half set up Caernarfon for a convincing win over Bala, whose dream of causing a cup upset just did not happen.
Their reward came 10 minutes into the game when a beautifully taken high ball by Ceri Young just inside the visitors' half set up a move that ended with the wing also touching down under the posts.
The band thanked him, looking a little embarrassed, but that just about summed it up - the hour and a half set really was a thing of beauty.
On the other hand, golf bags count towards a passenger's limit for checked-in baggage with British Airways, Easyjet and many of the budget airlines, so you might want to think about taking a half set if you're flying with any of these - or just lying in the sunshine and enjoying yourself instead.
Now he's off 15 and carries a half set of clubs to lighten the load.
Three goals in each half set up the win with Matty Griffin again superb in midfield for Loftus.