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  1. Plate 3 shows how the ends will look when the notches are cut into the wood. (Web site)
  2. Then cut your notch across both the grain and inlay. (Web site)
  3. Round off the belly into a low flat arch, cut your notches, brace your bow and tiller as described. (Web site)
  4. Begin an inch down from each end, and with the round file, cut notches diagonally on each side on the ends as shown on Plate 2. (Web site)
  5. Then cut the notches, brace or string the bow as described before, tiller the limbs to a perfect bend, scrape, sandpaper, handle and finish. (Web site)


  1. Lower Marsh and The Cut formed the commercial heart of the area from the early 19th century.
  2. They are cut directly from the log and have the bark, sapwood and heartwood intact when first cut. (Web site)
  3. Business industries manufacturing machinery and tools cutting diamond-cut industrial tools laser welded dry cut blades. (Web site)
  4. They are about to cut the emergency out of hours repairs service and the Handy Persons scheme in a desperate bid to stave off bankruptcy.
  5. For I was certain that the moment he passed the corner that field would be swept by the fire, which would cut across at right angles to his progress. (Web site)


  1. Too much wood is cut from the upper limbs which leaves them too weak. (Web site)
  2. Nocks-The grooves cut in the wood of the bow itself or in horn, fibre or metal tips, in which the loop of the bowstring fits. (Web site)
  3. The notch may be cut into the wood itself, as in plain ended bows, or in horn, fibre or metal as in tipped bows. (Web site)


  1. Cut off a piece of flax twine. (Web site)
  2. Billets are two pieces cut preferably from the same wide short piece. (Web site)
  3. It is essential that when the two 2" pieces of tubing are fitted to the bow ends that you do not cut shoulders of any kind. (Web site)


  1. With your feathers cut and ready, lay out six pairs. (Web site)
  2. Balloon Feather-A feather that has been cut parabolic or curbed. (Web site)


  1. Cut a pressure board of pine or other wood Y4" thick and Y4" narrower than your wood back. (Web site)
  2. He started to pamper himself plugging his eyebrows and wanted me to cut and fix his neck hair and also wax his back.

Rubber Strips

  1. Push the taper into the footing, as shown, and bind tightly with rubber strips cut from an inner tube. (Web site)
  2. Use rubber strips cut from an old inner tube to hold it in place while the glue is drying. (Web site)
  3. Start at the center, and with rubber strips (spaced I" apart) cut from an inner tube, tightly bind down one limb. (Web site)
  4. Place this over the back and bind your pressure board, wood back and bowstave together with rubber strips cut from an inner tube. (Web site)


  1. If you use birch, cut the notch in the shaft itself. (Web site)
  2. After you have your footings rounded down and all straight with the shaft, put on your heads, and cut off all your shafts to the length that fits your bow. (Web site)


  1. Cut 4 threads each 12" long. (Web site)
  2. Cut off four more 12" threads and do the same to the other end of the untwisted six strands. (Web site)


  1. This is a wooden instrument with a notch at the top to hold the handle of your bow and other notches cut in the side to which you can pull the bowstring. (Web site)
  2. A water pail, two wooden forms, and about two dozen rubber strips cut from an old inner tube constitute your bending equipment. (Web site)


  1. Cut feathers have been cut out with a sharp knife and have a thin portion of the quill remaining. (Web site)
  2. Since you have plenty of depth at the handle, you can make it IY4" from back to belly and cut quite sharp dips just above and below the grip. (Web site)


  1. These may be cut into the wood, or be of stag horn, cow horn, or metal. (Web site)
  2. Horns-The tips of a bow made of cow, steer or stag horns in which the notches for the string are cut. (Web site)
  3. Your bow may be plain ended, that is, have the notches cut into the wood itself, or you may tip it with cow horn, stag horn or fibre. (Web site)

Vic Theatre

  1. The Old Vic is a theatre located just south-east of Waterloo Station in London on the corner of The Cut and Waterloo Road.
  2. The Young Vic Theatre, halfway along the northern side of The Cut (also in Lambeth). (Web site)
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