Originally Posted by SimpleMan
I love a post that sends me to the dictionary. "Cept my dictionary doesn't have these words. What's a gusset? Ridius? Seriously. Don't think I'm the grammar-police-ball-busting-turdface that usually chimes in here.
Your dictonary sucks. In the future type the words into Word, then right-click and click "look-up." You may have to correct spelling first...
Gusset (n): a flat, often triangular plate, usually of steel or plywood, used to connect and reinforce a joint where several members meet at different angles, e.g. in a pitched roof
Ridius (typo): radius (n): a straight line extending from the center of a circle to its edge or from the center of a sphere to its surface.