frame set

frame set

[′frām ‚set]
(mining engineering)
The arrangement of the legs and cap or crossbar so as to provide support for the roof of an underground passage. Also known as framing; set.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Archer turned from the fascinated contemplation of a small painting representing two Cardinals carousing, in an octagonal ebony frame set with medallions of onyx.
As it was, she had her embroidery frame set up on deck, with a little table by her side on which lay open a black volume of philosophy.
Asked if the RoS had specified a time frame for the process of studying the documents and memorandums received, Masyati said there was no time frame set because there were aspects to be looked into from time to time.
However, given the complex political dynamics of the country, the time frame set for the formation of such a province is rather an overwhelming assertion.
At this, Justice Nisar said: Whatever can be done expediently must be done regarding the [proper] treatment of water and whatever areas can afford a delay must have a time frame set.
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A set of outputs of each sampler representing the amplitudes of the received pulse is called a "frame." For detecting the heartbeat, a "frame set," which was obtained by accumulating 512 frames, was used.
Van Gogh's paintings come in different shapes and sizes, so the design painters had to work out how to best show these paintings within the frame set by the cinema screen.
In a letter to the Prime Minister congratulating her on her reappointment, he said the two-year time frame set out under Article 50 of the EU treaties left no room for delay.