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crosspiece

Any piece of timber or beam crossing from wall to wall or running from one part to another.
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Attach the crosspiece at the height and width of the wall just below where the copestones will be placed, making sure that the crosspiece is level.
A crosspiece isn't needed at either end of a ceiling panel.
Ismail Mohamed then found his shot take an unlucky deflection and fly over the crosspiece and Abdelkarim Hassan had his goal ruled out for being offside by the thinnest of margins.
Make the body by putting the shirt on the crosspiece first and pad it out with the stuffing.
The Red Knights were in total control in the first half with an Everton Ribeiro free kick being denied an entry by the crosspiece in the 35th minute.
Measures 4 inches by 6 inches, jaws open slightly when crosspiece is squeezed toward handle end.
"Designed to put user comfort, flexibility and convenience first, the ergonomic H-shape is the key to the Miller H-Design harness" explains Celine Verdot, product manager "The large openings on both sides, without a crosspiece, combined with horizontal leg straps create a uniquely comfortable solution.
The cross used in Roman crucifixions consisted of two parts: "the upright or mortise, referred to as the stipes, or staticulum, and the tenon or crosspiece, which is called the patibulum or antenna." (7) Historic information shows that the stipes were already in position at Calvary.
Prior to this, Monu's effort had struck the crosspiece in the 63rd minute.
A National Science Foundation grant allowed for radiocarbon dating of three samples, one side rib and two of the umiak's bottom crosspieces. The shortest crosspiece likely represents the cross-bottom timber nearest to the stern or stem post.
See if adding a crosspiece can help stiffen the frame.
Keep them in place with the use of a crosspiece 1x2 board nailed to them.