gable wall


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gable wall

A wall which continues to the roofline on the gable end of a structure.
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gable wall

gable wall
A wall which is crowned by a gable.
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SINISTER Threats daubed on a gable wall in West Belfast have led to growing tensions in area
A problem with gable walls is they can be very tall and as such need to have some lateral restraint to stop them bulging and buckling.
He added: "The arrogance of these people to paint this on a gable wall overlooking the scene of the Bloody Sunday killings just beggars belief.
A recent inspection of the gable wall to a house was a case of the big crack, which had grown from humble beginnings.
A dwelling had its slate roof and a gable wall removed on the grounds of safety.
Witness reports said Willie sought shelter at a gable wall on Rossville Street when the shooting started.
Tenders are invited for Repair/Replacement Of Roof Sheet And Gable Wall Parapet In Certain Bldgs Under Ge(W) Mathura.
And in the Shankill Estate, a gable wall depicting murdered UFF leader Jackie Coulter also escaped the digital cleanser.
Many years ago, we looked at a bulging gable wall built with stonework.
The tenement, on Wilton Street in Glasgow's leafy West End, was left in ruins after the entire gable wall of the end of the terrace broke away.
We believed the gable wall could have collapsed at any time.
Mr Williams said he was shocked to see the gable wall of the up market development, which is nearly finished, daubed with graffiti.