Summersby must have kicked the dowel aside when he slid through.
Duledge was also used for dowel, the wooden pin connecting the felloes.
A pencil with a sharp point is inserted in the loop and the pencil and dowel are placed together on a sheet of paper.
Bore the holes in the posts and the railing for the dowel pins.
The pin may be stuck in the upper end of the dowel, D, shown in Fig. 108.
dowel, Dobet and Dobest have two or three different meanings.
dowel and Dobet and Dobest the thirde coth heArn thre fair vertues and ben not fer to fynde.
The dowel should be dipped in glue and inserted when the glue is applied to the joint.
One foot is placed in the centre of opposite sides of the frame and the third dowel run through the holes.
In Figure 159, P represents a small cylinder of wood, possibly a dowel.
mid-14c., dule "rim or section of a wheel," perhaps akin to Middle Low German dovel "plug, tap" (of a cask). Modern meaning is first attested 1794.