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.
Tenders are invited for Brass Half Set 15 Mm Dia With Rubber Washer S/Q
Looking back, I would have been tempted to drop the generic first half set, and do you twice as much Liverpool music, but then I suppose you can't have everything.
His hat trick in the first half set the tone for the Sparks, who picked up their fourth win in five outings.
Occasionally, I encourage my students to practice on the course with a half set or even less.
The first half set the second half up for us and I was pleased by the way that we put them away.
Marc Albrighton's superb deep cross from the left flank at the start of the second half set up Mahrez for the second goal.
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.
Now he's off 15 and carries a half set of clubs to lighten the load.
Maxi Rodriguez's equaliser early in the second half set the stage for a typical Anfield finale.