Outlooker

Outlooker

A member that projects beyond the face of a gable and supports the overhanging portion of a roof.

outlooker

1. Same as outrigger.
2. A covering over a doorway or opening in the face of a building to provide a small degree of shelter; Also see hanging gable.
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I have been an Outlooker for a number of years, going back to my first copy in 1996 (received via a free offer) when you tipped Inchcailloch to win the Cesarewitch at Newmarket at 20-1.
Their faux-stone and faux-wood products, such as columns, corbels, shutters, window sills, and outlookers, can be found in some of the most lavish communities from Miami to Fort Lauderdale and Naples to Sarasota.
Tonight's offering includes The Outlookers in A Brief Encounter With The Radio by Tom Casling, Statement Drama Company in The Sacrifice by Joyce Carole Oates and Lost The Plot In Bookends by John Kirtley.
Meanwhile, The Outlookers project has been given an award of PS5,700 to help people with disabilities in Spennymoor take part in music, writing and voice coaching sessions to build confidence and improve speech difficulties.
Meanwhile, other North East projects also to be awarded funding include North Tyneside District Disability Forum, The Outlookers, Gateshead Citizens Advice Bureau, Alnwick Cricket Club, Bearpark Community Monday Afternoon Group, The Spennymoor Settlement, Bowes and Gilmonby Parish Hall, Women's Institute - Lowgate, Gateway into the Community, Cramlington Northburn Primary School, The Nearly Famous Performing Arts Group, West Park Veterans Club and South Tyneside District Scout Council.
Proceeds from the play will be donated to Cruse Bereavement Care, Make Poverty History, The Durham Dramatic Society and The Outlookers, a theatre group for disabled people.