INCRA Miter V27 (attractive Miter Gauge For Table Saw #4)
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Mitermi•ter (mī′tər),USA pronunciation n.
- the official headdress of a bishop in the Western Church, in its modern form a tall cap with a top deeply cleft crosswise, the outline of the front and back resembling that of a pointed arch.
- the office or rank of a bishop;
- the official headdress of the ancient high priest, bearing on the front a gold plate engraved with the words Holiness to the Lord. Ex. 28:36–38.
- a fillet worn by women of ancient Greece.
- [Carpentry.]an oblique surface formed on a piece of wood or the like so as to butt against an oblique surface on another piece to be joined with it.
- [Naut.]the inclined seam connecting the two cloths of an angulated sail.
Also,[esp. Brit.,] mitre.
- to bestow a miter upon, or raise to a rank entitled to it.
- to join with a miter joint.
- to cut to a miter.
- to join (two edges of fabric) at a corner by various methods of folding, cutting, and stitching.