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Square

A unit of area equivalent to 100 square feet. It has historically been used to measure real estate in Australia.
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Beresford's portrayal of Fosca's ugliness--"Is]he was a picture--not of beauty, for she was not beautiful," and of her other shortcomings--an appearance "marred by too much squareness of chin, too great a roundness of forehead, excessive sallowness of skin," is an equally transparent copy of Fosca whose "cheek bones and temples, protrud[e] frightfully" and "meager neck contrast[s] vividly with her large head.
It's the weight and bulk of the man's chest and arms, a hint of squareness, gray, wearing a gray jacket, his weight.
Checking the perpendicularity of cutting tools and the squareness of machine assemblies is easy and quick.
Consistent tolerances, ovality, angularity, squareness, and polish finishes are ensured through statistical process control, Available in sizes from 1/2 through 4", elbow and tee configurations are delivered with independent third-party inspection documentation to reduce time and costs related to on-site conformance inspection and validation process delays.
Squareness Problem Discussion Exploring Contradictions
Customers can now measure 18 of the 21 positioning errors"--for machine tools and coordinate measuring machines--"with the ability to measure straightness, squareness, pitch and yaw errors," says Charles Wang, president of Optodyne, Inc.
HAVING MY NONPARTICIPATORY STATUS CONFIRMED MADE ME MORE AT EASE, THOUGH I STILL HAD MY SQUARENESS PUT TO THE TEST BY SUCH CASUAL UTTERANCES AS THESE:
The amount of cutting required will largely depend on the size and squareness of the door frame.
density, dimensional stabilin, ease of finishing, fire performance, internal bond strength, machinability, panel squareness, screw homing capabilities, strength/stiffness, and surface smoothness.
The ideal perpendicular recording media will have an M-H loop with unity squareness (S) to avoid excess noise in the DC saturated state, a negative nucleation field in excess of the fields produced under the return pole of the recording head, a high anisotropy to provide thermal stability and a small average grain size and small intra-granular exchange to reduce transition jitter.
Double check your sides for squareness and adjust if necessary (I cannot over emphasize this).