Definitions for t-square
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word t-square
a square used by draftsmen to draw parallel lines
a rule with a short perpendicular crosspiece at one end, used by draughtsmen to draw parallel lines
T-Square was an early drafting program written by Peter Samson assisted by Alan Kotok and possibly Robert A. Saunders while they were students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and members of the Tech Model Railroad Club. T-Square was written for the PDP-1 computer and its Type 30 precision CRT that Digital Equipment Corporation donated to MIT in 1961. It is unlikely that many people have had the opportunity to use T-Square although Samson has said the group drew some schematics.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We're kind of back to square one.
I prefer a square, nonillegal style of business
Some people are so much sunshine to the square inch.
Christianity is being excluded from the public square.
I'm beating you, i think I'm going to win fair and square.
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