carpet strip

base shoe, base shoe molding, floor molding, shoe molding, carpet strip

A molding used next to the floor on interior baseboard.

carpet strip

1.A molding used to fasten the edge of carpeting.
2. A strip of wood (approximately equal to the carpet thickness) installed on the floor at the threshold of a door.
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After exchanging greetings two Presidents walked along the carpet strip to the open shed where the national anthems of the two countries were played.
Net sales were approximately equal to those of the prior fiscal year after giving effect to the Company's decision to license the sale of tackless carpet strip to domestic distributors in May 2000.
After giving effect to the Company's decision to license out the sale of tackless carpet strip in the United States, revenues for the nine-month period were approximately equal to those of the nine-month period of the prior year.
After adjustment for the revenue decline attributable to the effects of the company's decision to sell and license back its domestic tackless carpet strip business, which contributed revenues of $3.
This revenue decline was primarily attributable to the Company's decision to exit the tackless carpet strip business and additional incentives provided to a major customer as described below.
The decline was attributable to the effects of the licensing of domestic distribution rights of the Company's tackless carpet strip business.
Nasdaq:QEPC) today announced that the Company has sold the domestic distribution rights for its line of tackless carpet strip.
I took some carpet strips along with other mixed media to the school and the children did a fabulous job on them.
Using that idea, you can join simple carpet strips to "frame" the bed, sofa or principle piece of furniture in the room.
Or you can place carpet strips, sand, or cat litter under your drive wheels, then try driving straight out.
The artificial flames were placed at the cardinal point of carpet strips - in the sacred colors yellow, black, red, and white - arranged as the four points of a compass.
To adhere to ADA standards, floor elevations should be carefully considered, using graduated carpet strips or ramps when vertical changes in level exceed 1/4 inch.