set square on the sward at his feet, he will look upon a craft quaint as was ever launched on lake, stream, or tidal wave.
In Figs. 30, 31, 32, the valve has no lap and the eccentrics are set square.
The yards were set square across, and along them were furled royals and upper topsails.
Time, and right doing, would remedy and set square all that was untoward.
And set square in the center of the wall, just below the shelf and pole.
A set square, E, should be used for testing the accuracy of this part as shown (Fig. 98), F representing the bobbin case holder.
He was a tall priest and square-shouldered, with the broad brow and set square chin of a fighting man.
Of course, we 've got the right of it, but in some way Fate has managed to leave us set square against the law.