turn piece

turn piece

A small doorknob, lever, or the like, having a spindle attached; used to operate the dead bolt or a bolt mortised in the door.
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Graft 24 sts at front of hood using Kitchener st, turn piece inside out, graft rem sts using Kitchener st on WS.
Lay steak in pan and brown on both sides, about 6 minutes total for rare, 8 minutes total for medium-rare; turn pieces occasionally.
And, since not every customer uses every component of the software, there is the ability to turn pieces of the application on and off.
Let cauliflower brown and caramelize about 2 minutes, then turn pieces over to brown the other side.
He said: "When I was approached by (milk brand) Cravendale to create these cycle helmets it seemed like a marvellous opportunity to raise awareness of a fantastic charitable cause and posed an interesting creative challenge - how to turn pieces of sporting headgear into examples of haute couture millinery.
A CONMAN scammed almost EUR3,000 out of a nurse by offering her a "magic liquid" which, he claimed, would turn pieces of cardboard into money.
Working with butternut wood from trees he cuts down himself on the Cape Croker reserve on the peninsula, Nadjiwon uses saws, mallets and chisels to turn pieces of wood into works of art.
Interactive options allow the viewer to turn pieces of sculpture for viewing from diverse angles and initiate video clips of authentic dances and rites.
Such a temporally mixed moment can be eerily familiar, since it is in line with the tendency to turn pieces of music into static objects by identifying them with their scores, and also with the tendency to experience the world through memory and expectation rather than immediate perception.
Turn up before 10am and you'll be shown how to turn pieces of wood and plastic into a kite.