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false roof

A ceiling, esp. in an upper room or garret, which is shaped like a roof but is separated from the roof by a dead-air space.
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ECHO mobile For news/text ECHO He had been helping to dismantle some scaffolding in the auditorium of the Liverpool Lighthouse, on Oakfield Road, Anfield, when Lee Bourn fell 30ft through a fragile false roof while fitting some insulation.
On removing the false roof, builders unveiled the domed ceiling with ornate plasterwork depicting fruit - a sign of good health.
Scaffolding is now being put up to cover the interior and exterior, and a false roof will be erected, ready for experts to remove the original roof and examine the full extent of the damage.
In one instance, we stopped a Range Rover driven by two women which had a false roof.
Lee Bourn, 39, died after falling through a false roof at the Lighthouse community centre in Oakfield Road, Anfield, where he was working as a volunteer in February 2010.
When we came here the room had a false roof and you couldn't see any of the beams.
The cannabis was part of a cache worth pounds 2million which was smuggled over from France in the false roof of a Ford minibus.
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