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corner post

corner post, 1
1. In a timber structure, a post which is placed at a corner or return angle to provide for exterior or interior nailing.
2. A metal mullion member which connects two sheets of glass at an angle, forming a corner.
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It is important to keep an eye on the corner posts as you proceed--make sure that they stay plumb.
Corner Posts The corner posts are no longer considered to be touch in goal, except when the ball is grounded against the post.
Corner posts with 2-inch tenons were constructed of standard and better Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), No.
Corner Post can be heard on CFCO Radio, Chatham, and CKNX Radio, Wingham, Ontario.
Corner post caps, which fit on top of the end posts, have openings that accommodate the end of a railing, while the line caps slip on top of line posts and have an opening through which the railing runs.
Revamping these sidings is rarely a matter of patching in a panel here, replacing a corner post there, and washing the whole thing down.
CPSC Staff Recommends Deferral of Bunk Bed Corner Post Petition
Many of the 'mourners' wore black arm bands as part of their protest to mark the closure of Princes Corner post office in Harborne which will shut its doors for the final time today.
The corner post box seems to be disappearing from the landscape, as people take their mail to work or drive through the drop-off zone at the closest post office.
Kolinko raced from his goal-line to near the left-hand corner post to tackle the impressive Craig Bellamy, the Welshman simply side-stepped the despairing keeper before sending in a cross for Olivier Bernard on the edge of the visitors' box.
In his quest to become world wrestling champion, he was battered from corner post to corner post in rings all over the world.
The student may need to find a particular corner post, then walk several hundred yards, northeast, through an open field to locate an irrigation pump.