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A-frame

A house constructed of wood, with a steep roof that extends down from the ridge to near the foundations; the roof is supported by a framework in the shape of the capital letter A.

A-frame

A three-piece rigid structural frame in the shape of the upright capital letter A.
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"Apps are smaller than applications, specific to individual tasks," Aframe notes, adding that apps can be combined together or integrated with other apps to provide a larger solution.
Aframe's business a chance to welcome the community.
And it is aframe, for the images are embedded inside that closed text" (emphasis in the original, Romero-Jodar 2006: 97).
MIMI, powered by AFrame Digital, transfers Motion Into Meaningful Information.
After reviews of the repair design concept the detailed design was prepared for an Aframe to support the 200 ton antenna while the bearing was removed and for the tooling needed for the removal and replacement of the bearing.
The Trail-It amphibious caravan (pictured right) has retractable wheels and removable Aframe, and was built in 1965.
Institute on Aging's Translational Research Consortium and AFrame Digital, Inc., a health monitoring and medical alert products company, will soon be providing the wearable sensors to residents of some area long-term care facilities.
The author would like to thank Seth Aframe, Lowell Brickman, Alan Chert, Erin Curley, Bruce Duthu.
The unit, still about a year away from commercial launch, features 17 print heads and prints aframe on the web that is 13" by 36" in area.
AFrame them in simple glass clip frames and arrange them on your wall, perhaps in a pattern or even just in a straight line.
And herein lies the hope - just look at the number of old bikes that come through the auctions consisting of aframe,engine and (perhaps) wheels offered as ``restoration projects''.