Eave


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eave

[ēv]
(building construction)
The border of a roof overhanging a wall.

Eave

The projecting overhang at the lower edge of a roof that sheds rain water.
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The main thing I learned on EAVE was there's a gap of several years between each film, then a gap of several years again before it starts to recoup.
However, settled at the rear of the pack off the strong pace set by Zero Tolerance, Eave bided his time before going for home a furlong and a half out.
A total of50of the most important decision-makers in filmmaking will be in the Welsh capital as part of the Eave (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs) event.
The mad dash in a downpour from garage to house ended for Gina and Joe Alexander when they built the eave extension that covers the walkway between two buildings.
EAVE is one of Europe's leading media training and project development agencies, with a range of industry-led programmes for European and international audiovisual producers.
In the large center photograph, note how the walls falnking the tub extend beyond fixed glass panes to run under the house eaves and how the eave line is continued into the bath.
The insulation is blocking the eaves - where the roof meets the external wall - and they have an air gap that ventilates the loft space.
An error strewn game dominated by defences was only enlivened by two sparkling trys from Caldy's speedster Ben Eaves which secured the win for the home side.
Although Wigan-born Eaves started out on the Flat and rode his first winner on Indiana Princess at Musselburgh, he swiftly began to combine riding on the level with his expected graduation to jumping.
GERAINT Jarman, Sen Segur and Steve Eaves are among the names confirmed for this month's Pesda Roc.
But numbers of swifts are sharply falling in Wales due to modern buildings having fewer eaves and places to nest.
At 26, Jason Eaves has already worked at a roster of high-end restaurants boasting a collective haul of 11 Michelin stars.