pocket piece


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pocket piece

In a double-hung window frame, a small wood piece in the pulley stile which may be removed to insert sash weights or to replace the sash cord.
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Repeat to stitch the remaining pocket piece and garment back.
As new true believers and hopeful gamblers are born, and as technology comes up with new ways to wager, the saga of bubble-and-crash may be repeated over and over - each time, allowing speculators to pocket pieces of regular people's savings.
These will make the pocket pieces. Lay these on top of the four squares of plain main fabric (see pic 1) and pin in place.
Despite its early introduction date, the Model M was not the first of Browning's pocket pieces. His premier piece, a great pistol in its own right, was the Belgian-made Model 1900 FN Browning.
Roger Riseborough was left distraught when 40 wrist watches and 85 pocket pieces, including a number of valuable and rare items, were swiped when his flat was burgled last month.
From the back pocket pieces of paper started flying all over our airy
Pocket Pieces for Piano, Books I-III, by Jean Hasse.
There are penalties for innocents abroad who pocket pieces of antiquity - even when they litter the place - warns the tourist literature.
On September 2, in the Watercourse Raise, Mike, Dan and Bryan open up the corner Pocket complex and take out ten killer specimens - highly lustrous, gemmy rhodochrosite much like the Good Luck Pocket pieces, though smaller.
From the exterior fabric, cut two exterior main panels, two pocket pieces, two exterior side panels and one 6 1/2"x14" rectangle for the exterior bottom panel.
When cutting out the pant pattern pieces from fabric, use the new front pattern that's been altered for the pocket, and cut two side pocket pieces and two pocket linings.