To chuck an accomplished envoy into the river would have been much; but to chuck the immortal poet there, laurels and all, in the teeth of the amazement of posterity, would have been a temptation irresistible.
These pieces need not extend clear to the centre, but may leave an open square as shown, because the centre of a large chuck rarely requires to be used.
Now suppose it is required to shape or surface the faces f and f', the round curve S and the hollow curve C of the piece of work shown held in a vice chuck in Fig.
This principle of moving the jaws radially by means of a cone sliding upon a cone is applied in numerous ways, thus sometimes the jaws are provided with wings that slide upon a cone or in slide ways that are at an angle to the chuck axis.
It is simply a plate of the form shown in the figure, having two flat and true surfaces, one at a right angle to the other; one of these surfaces bolts to the chuck plate, while the other is to fasten the work on.
The chuck or face plate of the lathe, for turning the piece, must be of smaller diameter than the pinion, so that it will permit access to a tool applied on both sides, so as to strike the pitch circle on both sides.
But in the case of the opening or expanding chuck, the reverse is the case, and the chuck is at its smallest diameter (the splits l being at their closest) when the chuck is removed from the lathe, as is obviously necessary.
For F and the pin I we chuck the work on the angle plate, as shown in the plan view, Fig.
P, P, the pressure of the latter will bend the work as denoted by the dotted lines, and the chuck plate in the opposite direction, and in this case the work being weaker than the chuck plate will bend the most.
Haviland did say he'd chuck it," replied Medlicott.
I wish he'd chuck that confounded egg-hunting, at any rate for this term," said Laughton.
Your poor mother has nothing but her small fixed income, and you haven't a farthing to chuck away on what you call chances.
As I am a Christian man, if my lord were alive this day, I think I could tie a stone round the boy's neck and chuck him into the Fleet Ditch at Holborn Bridge.
As Herbie started off after Chuck a merry chase followed which the other boys enjoyed, at times holding Chuck until Herbie was almost upon him and then letting him go, only to catch Herbie and hold him in turn.
Chuck now turned on the lights and Linn exclaimed: "Where on earth did she ever come from?
Chuck gave a puff and blew out six candles which tied Linn's score.
Keep perfectly still," whispered Chuck in Fat's ear, as Hopie drew near, then as he paused before Fat and placed the stem upon his head the boys broke into shouts of laughter.
Chuck now left the room, returning a moment later with a huge pumpkin which he placed on a chair in the corner.
Chuck from his corner by the fireplace, at which Reddy laughed.
Reddy now chose a pink and white wind mill, Chuck a pony.
That means if you're stingy no one will care when you're gone," explained Linn, at which Chuck laughed with the others.
As all were now ready, Chuck led the queer looking party of long-eared figures into the library where they were met by Father and Mother Brown dressed in black gowns with tall witches' caps on their heads.