Several National Grid and coned trucks were on the scene by early morning.
Despite fears that coned, the power company, would preemptively cut electricity, the lights stayed on.
The piece or part of a lathe that enters the coned recess of lathe work that is held between centres.
A tool having a coned point for marking the centres to work.
The driving power of the device is obtained by means of the friction of the coned surfaces.
A short reamer that is driven by fitting to a coned mandrel.
A bearing (for a journal) that contains a coned sleeve that may be moved endways to take up wear.
It runs in bearings which are split and are coned externally, fitting into correspondingly coned holes in the headstock.
The pins b and g and the coned holes should be of cast steel hardened, so as to avoid wear as much as possible.
The plate may be made of cast iron with hardened steel bushes to fit the coned holes.
1560s, from Middle French cone (16c.) or directly from Latin conus "a cone, peak of a helmet," from Greek konos "cone, spinning top, pine cone," perhaps from PIE root *ko- "to sharpen" (cf. Sanskrit sanah "whetstone," Latin catus "sharp," Old English han "stone").
A solid body having a circle for its base and sides inclined so as to meet at a point above the base.
See cone cell.