Door frame

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Door frame

An assembly built into a wall consisting of two upright members (jambs) and a head (lintel) over the doorway; encloses the doorway and provides support on which to hang the door.
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But instead of the door frame his head and shoulders came in contact with the warm flesh of a pair of living legs.
she said, and fell to examining the door frame and the stile.
A second pair of boots followed, making wide and magnificent gestures in their attempts to feel the door frame.
Just under 15 kilos of high purity cocaine had been stashed in the rear door frames of the Audi A3 Burbidge was driving.
Deceuninck makes polyvinyl fencing, vinyl door frames and window frames.
Most doors have to be trimmed to fit, but if you live in a period property, getting the doors to fit can be a struggle because period doors tend not to be a standard size and your door frames may have moved over time.
They were stashed in a professional and innovative way in 108 transverse sections of 36 wooden door frames," explained Colonel Borshid.
In 2001, Tecton patented the Durion finish, a smooth, weather-resistant acrylic thermoplastic that is extruded over the thermoset polyester and glass pultrusions for window and door frames.
These items range from glass beads for protection against the evil eye, to the mezuzah found on door frames, to the hamsa (five fingered hand), engraved pendants, tiny boxes containing special prayers, Aaron's breastplate, the knots on the prayer shawl, the teffilin, henna hand and foot painting, amulets from the Sefer Raziel that protect newborn infants from evil forces, and so much more.
Japan; "The influence of painting systems on TPVs in low temperature deployment behavior of airbag doors," Herman Vos, DSM Thermoplastic Elastomers," The Netherlands; "Development of new TPV sponge materials and foaming systems for dynamic automotive weatherseals," Eric Jourdain, ExxonMobil Petroleum & Chemical, and Jere Anderson, Trexel; and "TPV for hidden door frames," Klaus-Peter Maass, GDX-Grefrath and Get Vroomen, DSM Thermoplastic Elastomers, The Netherlands.
Department of Energy's EnergyStar program for builders to promote the energy-saving aspects of aluminum window and door frames.
Developed by ASSA ABLOY Group companies to enhance exit signage and provide an identifiable escape route, the system includes CURRIElum door frames from CURRIES and SARGuide exit device and locking hardware from SARGENT.