Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The sashes are seen at c c, and above them is a cloth or matting screen.

This arm was attached to the carriage, C C, to be propelled.

C C is the bed plate and D the balance weight, F the rod leading to quadrant and lever on foot plate.

Conducting bars, C C, are placed on each side of the conduit, and these are divided into sections of about 500 feet.

D—don't you kn—know any b—b—better 'n t—to g—get c—c—caught th—that way?

Bolts d and e are to secure the rest a to the elevating rest, and c c are the clamps for the two tools b.

The sliding half is coned and covered with leather as shown at c c, the outer half being coned to correspond.

In the figures, a is a frame carried upon wheels, and to which is pivoted at c c the jaw d.

The plant-stalk may be fixed in a vice (V), the free ends being held in tubes (C C′), provided with three clamping jaws.

On this bar are tappets, C C, supported by springs and adjustable in height by the governor, G.