starting sheet

starting sheet

[′stärd·iŋ ‚shēt]
(metallurgy)
A thin sheet of metal used as the initial cathode in electrowinning or electrorefining.
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They'll be the focus for him in terms of putting his name back on the starting sheet for the first World Cup game.
Since this design doesn't include a metal fascia that would typically cover the edge of the metal roofing at the gable ends, you'll have to cut the first rib from the starting sheet to leave a flat spot (Photo 11).
Improved material distribution allows for cost savings through downgauging of the starting sheet thickness.
A certain Spanish star was expected to be recalled to the team but it was Oriol Romeu's name on the starting sheet, not Fernando Torres'.
I just need to keep getting my name on the starting sheet every week and see what happens from there.
Edwards admits that he is chomping at the bit and hopes to be on the starting sheet for today's clash after making his first appearance of the season in last weekend's defeat to Villa.
Starting sheet thicknesses can be reduced and clarity and consistency can be improved.
In those days, when you looked down the starting sheet, Mouli was often the only Welshman on it.
Fellow amateurs Ryan Thomas, James Williams, Cennydd Mills and Carl Wakely are all on the starting sheet at Minchinhampton, while North Wales professionals Lee Harpin and Matthew Tottey try their luck at Trentham in Staffordshire.
West Bromwich Albion manager Gary Megson rates Russell Hoult as the best goalkeeper outside the Premiership so it is hardly surprising that his deputy, Joe Murphy, rarely makes the first-team starting sheet.