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The shorter ‘top’ part of the T (sometimes referred to has the head or stock) protrudes down from the surface of longer ‘blade’ of the T-square and can be pushed against the straight edge of a board such as a drawing board and moved up and down, providing a guide for drawing lines. It can be used in conjunction with other devices such as set-squares to draw lines that are not parallel to the edges of the board.
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