Notched

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Edge-notched Card
... Edge-notched cards, or McBee cards, were a manual data storage and manipulation technology invented in 1896 and used for specialized data storage and cataloging applications through much of the ... Edge-notched cards, however, were not intended to be read by machines ... As the needles were lifted, the cards that were notched in the hole positions where the needles were inserted would be left behind as rest of the deck was ...
Prehistory Of West Virginia - Archaic Period
... The Kessell Side Notched point at the St ... Some Brewerton Phase side and corner-notched points (side-notched tradition) are often found resharpened, and some were modified as hafted end-scrapers ...
Jacket Lapel - Types of Lapel - Notched Lapel
... The notched lapel (American English), step lapel or step collar (British English) is sewn to the collar at an angle, creating a step effect ... The notched lapel double-breasted jacket is a rare setting ...
Equilibrium (puzzle) - Solution
... Saving the notched piece until last, set two pieces so they are facing away from each other, such as db, then place another between them at a 45 degree angle in a U shape ... Then the notched piece should be slide down from the top, but it'll be stopped by two pegs ... The notched piece will now give the side pieces a brace so they don't fall inward ...
Milk Watcher
... watcher is a disk with a raised rim, and is notched on one side (see images) ... the disk is not level it slants upward toward the notched side creating a space just behind the notch where water vapor can collect ... Water vapor is trapped under the Milk Saver causing the notched side to rise up, releasing the water vapor at the same time circulating liquid around the base of the pot and making a rattling noise ...

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    Within the memory of many of my townsmen the road near which my house stands resounded with the laugh and gossip of inhabitants, and the woods which border it were notched and dotted here and there with their little gardens and dwellings, though it was then much more shut in by the forest than now.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)