He wears a miter and a flowing cope of scarlet, richly apparelled.
Their insignia of office, the miter and crosier, are familiar to every one.
He saw a tall figure in a red surcoat with a red helmet shaped like a bishop's miter.
This is called the "miter" and may be 45 degrees or any other angle.
If both are of the same diameter, they are called bevel gears; if of different diameters, miter gears.
A strut joint is a form of miter joint used in making trusses.
This method does away with the use of the rabbeting plane and miter box, both of which are difficult to use with accuracy.
I also learned that what I called the bishop's hat was a miter.
A miter lap joint which is not so strong is shown in Fig. 2.
I made a miter box, as shown, and found it to be just the thing for this purpose.