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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.
Tenders are invited for construction of oval rostrum in the conference hall and its furnishing and laying false roof law college at ernakulam.
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.
Not surprisingly, it needed its false roof and windows on one side as a sort of disguise in the troubled years that followed.
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.
Exhausted looking false roofs have been removed to reveal glorious Victorian glass ceilings which after several decades have been restored.