single notch

half-cut notch

half-cut notch
A simple joint between the timbers at a corner of a log house; formed by cutting away the lower half of the end of one timber and placing it over and at right angles to another timber in which the upper half of the end has been cut away; a spike or treenail is usually driven through the two ends to secure the joint.
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The downgrade reflects the application of the GRE criteria whereby the notching-up of FNSP's standalone credit profile (SCP) is now limited to a single notch (versus two notches previously), with the SCP being four notches below France (AA/Stable/F1+), its sponsor, and as our assessment of the strength of linkage with France and the incentive to provide extraordinary support results in a score of 17.5.
Certain M.2 drives have a single notch on either the right side or left side of the module, which indicates a B- or M-key drive, respectively.
If present, single notch was seen on the right in 123 and in 134 on the left, single foramen was seen in 62 on the right and in 56 on the left side and finally, double foramen was seen in 13 on the right and in 6 on the left.
Thus, in the reference (symmetric) state, the structure exhibits a single notch, but two notches appear when symmetry is disrupted, and the frequency separation between them is related to the level of asymmetry [23].
Myanmar also improved, but only by a single notch to a score of 22, which means it remains among the world's most corrupt countries, at a global rank of 147 out of 168 countries surveyed and alongside nations such as Zimbabwe, Burundi, Congo -- and Cambodia, which remains Southeast Asia's most corrupt country on Transparency International's 2015 ranking, placed at 150th out of the 168 countries globally and boasting the lowest regional score of 21.
Fitch expects the Qatari authorities to support all Nakilat debt, and a single notch sufficiently reflects the subordination of the second tranche.
(And if you're not gasping by rep four you're not listening closely enough to your Michelle Keegan tape.) You do three sets of each exercise, lightening the weight by a single notch each time.
Looking into details, UAE succeeded in improving its ranking by a single notch, thereby clinching 23rd best spot on NRI worldwide.
Weakened Legal TiesThe downgrade reflects the widening of rating differential to two notches from a single notch between Samruk-Energy and its sole direct shareholder JSC Sovereign Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna (BBB+/Stable) and, ultimately, the State that owns 100% of Samruk-Kazyna.
If the resolution of the "positive" watch in the next few weeks results in an uplift, it would be limited to a single notch, the analyst added.
In New York City, for example, a single notch can drain a roof area of 7,600 square feet with a resultant build up of 3 inches on the roof and 15 hours of drain-down time after the rain stops.

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