tight side

tight side

The side of veneer which originally faced outward in the log or flitch when the veneer was cut from it.
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Cabin space however is par for the course and two adults will be comfortable in the rear, although three would be on the tight side.
Cabin space however is par for the course and two adults will be comfortable in the rear although three would be on the tight side.
By keeping banks' liquidity on the tight side, market interest-rates have also been guided gently higher for much of the last two years to help slow, but not stall, overall credit growth.
The cylinder bore measured .720 (on the tight side of standard).
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih put things in perspective toward the end of the week when he reiterated his preference for markets to be on the tight side. He also said that the agreement would run through 2018 and that he was investigating future frameworks for cooperation.
One side note, however, is that the changing facilities are on the tight side. On the plus side, private shower rooms are available, but there are only two plus a baby-changing area.
He expected another increase of cents 2-3/lb, maybe more, based on proposed October monomer contracts: "That cents 3 margin increase is still out there, and with things being on the tight side for both monomer and PP, there's some potential for that increase going through." Still, he ventured that by November, PP prices would top out or even drop a bit, owing to some demand destruction from higher prices.
TRAVEL FILE GOOD TO KNOW Clearly I'm married to a freaky giant and nobody else had to leave because of the beds, but some of the more strapping male guests did say they found them on the tight side too because of the bedboards.
In the smaller rooms the bathrooms are a tad on the tight side and do not have a bath.
Also, by using the tight side tension [F.sub.t] and the slack side tension [F.sub.s] that occurs in the belt, the average tension [F.sub.m] and the effective tension [F.sub.e] are defined by the following equation.
In the 3000's case, the cylinder bore, measured with my digital micrometer, was .720, on the tight side of the nominal 12-gauge bore of .725.
The England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed nothing beyond "a tight side" at the time of going to press.