double square

double square

[¦dəb·əl ′skwer]
(engineering)

adjustable square, double square

adjustable square
A try square the arm of which is at right angles to the handle; the position of the arm may be moved so as to form an L or a T.
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SOCRATES: And now try and tell me the length of the line which forms the side of that double square: this is two feet--what will that be?
Remember that I am not speaking of an oblong, but of a figure equal every way, and twice the size of this--that is to say of eight feet; and I want to know whether you still say that a double square comes from double line?
New is the Mauser M 98 Magnum, so called because it houses a massive double square bridge magnum action (a reference to the shape of the front and rear receiver rings; in a double square bridge rifle both the front and rear rings are square).
Wolfan Lenzen, University of Osnabrueck, Germany: "Leibniz's Logic and the Double Square of Opposition".
Off the medieval splendor of the Old Town Square stands the famed Ty Church, built in the 1380s with its double square towers topped by black steeples.
The $1 million campus police station project now under way will double square footage for the 13 officers, police chief, lieutenant and sergeant.
The cross-section of the bays is based on a double square, 32ft (9.75m) between the walls and 16ft (4.87m) to the springing of the curved beams, which rise only another foot at mid-span.
The design Double Square interprets hard-edged abstraction with a soft, subdued palette.
Receiver rings and bridges of the commercial actions varied from round tops, to single or even double square bridges.
In Figure 1(b), the modified double square loops are considered and depicted.
What we want to do is double square footage we are operating from.
Between this and the existing 1960s block, the southernmost corner of the double square opens into a new pedestrian shopping arcade which leads to the station, Bolles+Wilson's main idea.