A-frame


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A-frame

A house constructed of wood, with a steep roof that extends down from the ridge to near the foundations; the roof is supported by a framework in the shape of the capital letter A.

A-frame

A three-piece rigid structural frame in the shape of the upright capital letter A.
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The fact of the matter is that this A-frame system has revolutionized how plants are grown.
Revellers at the Project A-Frame event will see a host of DJs playing in tents on the site.
The launch coordinator, A-frame operator, and ship's captain coordinate to lift the sub, move it out past the ship's stern, and lower it into the water.
QI WANT to put floorboards in the attic and take away some crossbeams as it''s an A-frame roof.
Barricade Bracket, offered by CLD Plastics, was designed to work in conjunction with A-frame barricades.
Federal Premium loaded with the 300-grain A-Frame is supposed to move out at 1,530 fps, but it clocks 1,555 fps from my 7 1/2-inch Freedom Arms Model 83.
Perfect for tall reeds and willows, the A-Frame is at home in the marsh or the prairie.
Watch commander Eddie Simmonds, based at Hay Mills, said: "When we arrived Mr Asghar had already safely pitched up an A-frame ladder and was getting the children to safety.
In his last two shows, Kayrouz highlighted feminine waistlines with gathered trouser tops, belted dresses and basic fitted A-frame silhouettes cinched at the waist.
She sails primarily under wind power, and her 55-metre-high A-Frame mast system can carry far more sail than a conventional mast of the same size.
To the first floor the stunning master bedroom has panoramic views from the sash windows, exposed timber floor boards, original timber A-frame, feature fireplace and ensuite bathroom.
Kevin Sidelinger designed and built the distinctive lodge, which features several A-frame peaks and a large deck.