from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In architecture: One of the lateral projections, when present, of the lintel or sill of a rectangular door- or window-opening, beyond the jambs. Also called ear, elbow, ancon, truss, and console.
- n. A projection along the upper side of a lateral face of a block of stone, fitting into a corresponding recess in the stone coming next to it.
- n. Same as crosslet.
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The third of May being Holyroode day, our Captaine for the solemnitie of the day, caused a goodly fayre crosse of 35 foote in height to bee set vp, vnder the crosset of which hee caused a shield to be hanged, wherein were the Armes of France, and ouer them was written in antique letters,
LB: Specific to each project - No - but, myself and the people I work with like to do different kinds of training, like for example, I like crosset - which is sort of like a combination of power-lifting and cardio-vascular exercises and gymnastics-type exercises, plus various styles of martial arts training and rehearsal choreography stuff.