How to use Shank in a sentence
The paschal lamb is no longer eaten but represented by the shank bone of a lamb roasted in the ashes; unleavened bread and bitter herbs (haroseth) are eaten; four cups of wine are drunk before and after the repast, and a certain number of Psalms are recited.
Would it be a shank in his side from a fellow prisoner?
They offer a range of finished rings in unique styles, including split shank diamond rings, bezel settings, halo and boxter settings, and pave setting engagement rings.
Instead of using a last and shank, the boots are constructed around a molded nylon midsole.
I gave the shank a quick wipe down with potassium permanganate solution to make the patterns stand out.Advertisement
The shank is sweet chestnut with the bark stripped off.
It is used to open or close the drill chuck around the shank of a drill bit.
It is used to open or close the drill chuck around the shank of a drill chuck around the shank of a drill bit.
The body is formed by yellow dyed grizzle hackle palmered down the shank and then trimmed to shape.
One such idea is to re-enact medieval banquets, serving dishes such as wild boar, quail, pork hock and lamb shank.Advertisement
Tie in a large clump of black marabou on top of the hook shank behind the eye to form a wing.
I couldn't resist the " Seven hours braised lamb shank " which was very good indeed.
There is also a very slight curvature, but this is to be expected in a turned ebony shank of this age.
Has a 60mm shank to give access to deep rebates.
The thin end had a sharp kink in it, which if removed would make the shank too short for most people.Advertisement
All three stones are secured by a white gold claw setting on a yellow gold shank.
I thought I had just the piece for the job - a long medium-weight shank with a big chunk of root on the end.
What the number before the ' x ' means, is they are actually 1 hooks size longer or shorter shank than standard.
A hexagon shank which helps to prevent spinning in the drill chuck or bit extension.
Wind the thread rib clockwise along the hook shank in even sections, secure the loose end of the thread at the eye.Advertisement
It can be used with all 1/2 inch shank capacity routers.
Round Tang A round steel shank which is inserted into the handle.
Plain tiles should be fixed with either ring shank nails with a thick strong nail head or screwed.
For example, this collet can hold an imperial cutter with a shank diameter of ¼ inch, ie 6.35mm.
In beef and lamb carcasses there is a single major bone, the tibia or shank bone, located distally to the femur.Advertisement
I started with mussels followed by shank of lamb.
The whangee cane shank is well patinated and darkened with age.
Tie some butchers twine around each shank.
Set in double shank platinum (naturally…) - Seems that you need two bands (shanks) to hold 211 diamonds safely in place.
If you need accessories or attachments for your machine, also include the shank size.Advertisement
When you are cooking a tougher cut of beef, like the shank, you will be cooking it a long time with a low heat.
Micro pave split shank diamond rings or semi mount diamond engagement rings.
For many people, the image of an engraved ring is a heavily decorated shank perhaps in a similar manner to antique rings.
There are eighty-six round full cut diamonds mounted on the shoulders of this fabulous split shank ring.
Stepped shouldered design rings have two descending "steps" as the ring shank curves around the finger.Advertisement
The ring shank will also need to complement a wedding band.
The engagement ring setting is soldered to the ring shank and holds the stone.
The setting is made from the same or a complementary metal to the shank.
This is helpful for determining how proud the Diamonique stone and setting sit from the ring shank.
The Edwardian ring setting also often featured pave or channel set diamonds down the shank of the ring.Advertisement
Authentic Verragio rings have the name Verragio engraved inside the shank of the ring.
The pointe shoe has a special reinforced insole ("shank") and toe ("box") which enables the dancer to stand en pointe--on the very tips of the toe.
They should all have a complete shank, preferably steel.
This is simply a boxed pointe shoe with no shank.
Riders Discount sells a feminine pair of Teknic boots that boasts Italian cowhide, steel sole shank, and corrosion proof soles.Advertisement
Most versions also offer a sculpted midsole for added support around the foot and an arch shank for enhanced stability.
Lamb chops, veal shank, schweinebraten, spanferkel (roast suckling pig with dumpling), and leberkäse (veal loaf topped with egg, sauerkraut, and mashed potatoes) are just a few of the uncommon dishes on the menu at the Old Heidelberg restaurant.
Star dishesat my local restaurant include the mushroom napoleon, red snapper with a semolina crust, and braised lamb shank.
In addition to steak, the restaurant also serves dishes such as blue cheese meatloaf, slow-cooked pork shank or broiled lobster.
Each layer of rove increases the diameter of the material on the bobbin shank; hence, at the beginning of each layer, the speed of the bobbin must be increased, and kept at this increased speed for the whole traverse from top to bottom or vice versa.Advertisement
The only alternative was to use " Shank's Pony " so we set off at quite a brisk pace.
The steel shank, moisture-wicking shaft and Goodyear Welt construction all add to the solidity and all-day comfort.
Diners can enjoy braised lamb shank with shallots, crispy roast pork, smoked snapper and roast pumpkin.
Vintage engagement ring designs that use delicate metal detailing such as filigrees, scallops, and milgrain edging for texture and depth, including split shank designs.
Many ballet instructors will prefer students to have the full sole shoe, as the shank is most similar to that found in the pointe shoe; making it an excellent training shoe.