1. The outer side of a pipe or conduit bend.
2. The bottom of a metal lathe-cutting tool.
3. Bearing point on a rather or joist, etc.
4. Corner on the outside of a framing square.
5. Where the bristles on a paintbrush meet the handle.
Language commonly used in a fee simple title conveyance. The significance is whether the title is clear and can be passed on to the purchaser's estate including all heirs and those who may have any interest in the estate, the assigns.
A softwood which most resembles the hardwoods and is good for construction, since it gets harder with age without darkening. This straight grain, long fiber wood is lightweight, free of gum and pitch and holds nails well.