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Noun(1) joint that forms a corner; usually both sides are bevelled at a 45-degree angle to form a 90-degree corner(2) the surface of a beveled end of a piece where a miter joint is made(3) a liturgical headdress worn by bishops on formal occasions
Verb(1) bevel the edges of, to make a miter joint(2) confer a miter on (a bishop(3) fit together in a miter joint
(1) He was a tall man to start with, but as an Orthodox priest, he wore a miter on his head, which must have made him appear like a giant as he emerged out of the darkness.(2) On a sectioned shade, clip the corners at the shade lower edge so they form a miter when the hem is turned up.(3) It's easiest to square up the board, then tilt the miter saw to cut a 45-degree bevel for the first end piece and then square it up to cut the second end.(4) There are some scholars who say the fish head hat of the priests of Enki (a Sumerarian god of the earth and world order) later became the miter of the bishops.(5) The reliquary bust's shoulders were made to look as if draped in a rich brocade, and it has a removable silk and enameled silver miter .(6) Rethread the needle and, beginning at a bottom corner, blind stitch up the corner miter to the fabric upper edge.(7) I then reversed the 45 degree angle on the miter saw one cut the other two 28-inch rails in the same manner.(8) Turn the wood around to make a miter cut on the other end.(9) A man in the purple robes and small miter of the Order stepped from the obscurity.(10) The legs and leg tops as well as the top frame will need miter or angled cuts.(11) Another trick here is to miter the ends at a 45-degree angle so that the two pieces of molding will overlap each other to make a cleaner looking trim.(12) Pin pieces of 2-inch-wide ribbon onto each of the four edges of the curtain panel; miter the corners.(13) In its place is the miter , the representation par excellence of the episcopate.(14) The pope is also, of course, buried with his bishop's ring and with his miter .(15) If you are using quarter round tiles, you can either miter the corners or use specially molded quarter round corners if it comes in the pattern of tile you are using.(16) The figure, wearing the distinctive mitre - the ceremonial hat of a bishop - replaces an eroded piece of decorative stonework.
(1) miter joint :: cyd meitr
1. miter joint ::
Different Formsmiter, mitered, mitering, miters
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