broken edge

broken edge

An edge of a metal sheet containing cracks, splits, or tears.
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The broken edge of the shard creates a short staccato, a visual falter that holds the eye.
Some will put the hammer in a vise and run a file to straighten the broken edge. After forty years or so at this I simply hold the piece in hand and stand while I run it on the grinder.
"He headbutted her then things got even worse when he got two knives from the kitchen and took a mirror, smashed it, tried to cut his arms and dragged the broken edge down her left thigh." On remand, he headbutted a prison officer and was given 18 days' jail.
Since during the run of the algorithm, each broken edge was made sound exactly once, we know that at least m/2 broken edges became cut edges (and decreased the edge number of S(G', A') by at least 3), and at most m/2 broken edges became out of the cut (and increased the edge number of S(G', A') by at most 1).
The sheep and goats were as grateful as ever for a juicy lettuce leaf, or a gastronomic delight with a broken edge of a chocolate biscuit!
If your lawn edges are broken or scruffy, cut out a large square (with the broken edge one side) and turn the turf around.
If your lawn edges are broken or looking scruffy, cut out a large square (with the broken edge one side) and simply turn the turf around, firm the broken edge, filling any broken patch with topsoil, and re-seed the broken edge or bare patch which is now not on the edge of the border.
At the meeting edges of the break, the foil is trimmed back close to the face of the glass with a scalpel to form a minimal flange along each side of the broken edge only.
Dissect the anterior peritoneum inferiorly toward the bladder so that the broken edge of pubocervical fascia, which appears thick over the vaginal epithelium, can be seen.
By that time, the Mildenberg collection was on tour in the USA, but Dr Jennifer Neils, a museum curator in Ohio, made a plaster cast of the broken edge of the Swiss lion and sent it to Newcastle University.
The investigator should then locate a radial fracture leading from the point of impact and hold the broken edge of the glass toward a light source, taking care at the same time to protect any latent prints.