The rim is turned and faced on both sides and the hub is bored, reamed and faced on both sides.
After the pipe is cut this burr should be reamed out thoroughly.
Next, the hole is reamed with taper reamer q, the pilot of which is supported by bushing r.
The hole for the shaft has to be bored and reamed and the hub faced on both sides.
One end of each piece is reamed out a little with the tap borer and spread a trifle with the turn pin.
Where accuracy is necessary, holes must be reamed out to the required size.
When Rebecca appeared above the cellar-way with a flagon that reamed to a beaded top, the keys were back on the wall.
Stock that is bent should always be straightened before the centers are drilled and reamed.
When making these mills, they should be reamed out tapering from the rear to give clearance to the cutting edges.
Each center is then drilled and reamed to the same radius x as near as possible.
measure of paper, mid-14c., from Old French reyme, from Spanish resma, from Arabic rizmah "bundle" (of paper), from rasama "collect into a bundle." The Moors brought manufacture of cotton paper to Spain.
Early variant rym (late 15c.) suggests a Dutch influence (cf. Dutch riem), probably borrowed from Spanish during the time of Hapsburg control of Holland. For ordinary writing paper, 20 quires of 24 sheets each, or 480 sheets; often 500 or more to allow for waste; slightly different numbers for drawing or printing paper.
"cream" (obsolete), Old English ream, from Proto-Germanic *raumoz (cf. Middle Dutch and Dutch room, German Rahm), of uncertain origin.
"to enlarge a hole," 1815, probably a southwest England dialectal survival from Middle English reme "to make room, open up," from Old English ryman "widen, extend, enlarge," from Proto-Germanic *rumijanan (cf. Old Saxon rumian, Old Norse ryma, Old Frisian rema, Old High German rumen "to make room, widen"), from *rumaz "spacious" (see room (n.)). Slang meaning "to cheat, swindle" first recorded 1914; anal sex sense is from 1942. To ream (someone) out "scold, reprimand" is recorded from 1950.