half set

half set

[′haf ‚set]
(mining engineering)
In mine timbering, one leg piece and a collar.
References in classic literature ?
The staff had left the boards for the moment, leaving a scene half set. A few rays of light, a wan, sinister light, that seemed to have been stolen from an expiring luminary, fell through some opening or other upon an old tower that raised its pasteboard battlements on the stage; everything, in this deceptive light, adopted a fantastic shape.
'I don't know about that,' Miss Wren retorted; 'but you had better by half set up a pen-wiper, and turn industrious, and use it.'
Summary: While the first half is enjoyable, the second half set mostly in a zoo falters
The wedding ring: Platinum, Dom's is a plain band, mine is half set with diamonds they are from Beaverbrooks
In the second half SET played to their strengths with Ryan Healy giving pace and bite in the midfield, setting up Pocock for his second.
Three tries in five minutes mid-way through the first half set the tone for the home side's performance, Matty Dawson-Jones, Liam Hood and Craig Hall all crossing in quick succession.
Looking back, I would have been tempted to drop the generic first half set, and do you twice as much Liverpool music, but then I suppose you can't have everything.
His hat trick in the first half set the tone for the Sparks, who picked up their fourth win in five outings.
Occasionally, I encourage my students to practice on the course with a half set or even less.
"The first half set the second half up for us and I was pleased by the way that we put them away.
Marc Albrighton's superb deep cross from the left flank at the start of the second half set up Mahrez for the second goal.