Base block

base block

[′bās ‚bläk]
(building construction)
A block of any material, generally with little or no ornament, forming the lowest member of a base, or itself fulfilling the functions of a base, as a member applied to the foot of a door or to window trim.
A rectangular block at the base of a casing or column which the baseboard abuts.

Base block

A block of any material, generally with little or no ornament, forming the lowest member of a base at the foot of a door or window.

base block

1. A block of any material, generally with little or no ornament, forming the lowest member of a base, or itself fulfilling the functions of a base, as a member applied to the foot of a door or to window trim.
2. A rectangular block at the base of a casing or column which the baseboard abuts; usually slightly thicker than either the casing or baseboard.

skirting block, base block, plinth block

1. A corner block where a base strip and vertical enframement meet.
2. A concealed block to which a baseboard is anchored.
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Those thews ran not through base blocks of land wood, but deftly travelled over sheaves of sea-ivory.
steel support for outdoor lighting, anchor, conical, 8 m high, type () -8,0-60 / 156, complete with a single luminaire bracket k1 - 1,4-1,0 (1), hot-dip galvanizing, with the base block 2 - 450/1200, introduction plate -4, author.
The spring tube and barrel with attached base block and silencer showed up on the assembly line as finished assemblies.
(https://images.nasa.gov/#/details-NM22-427-023.html) NASA says that when the photo was taken, from Mir's base block module, "several Atlantis crew members had their noses to the windows."
The FSDIF temporary plugging rate Zd on base block and fracture rock was greater than the expected temporary plugging rate, and the loss of drill-in fluid was less than 1ml within 1 hour, which showed that the FSDIF had a better temporary plugging effect.
The manipulator is attached to one side of base block, from other three sides of which the payload cells with fixed functional units and an expansion tank (for refueling operations) are anchored.
Base block decimals (Figure 4) can also be used to explore and reinforce the idea of subtraction of decimals by replacing the idea that the unit block is one tenth.
Tile generation.(a) A base block, representing the input image.
* Make sure the base block is level, properly centered in the furnace, at the correct height and larger than the crucible bottom (Fig.
At 104 West 40th Street, Savanna has launched a major marketing and leasing program with an additional 92,000 s/f available, approximately 12,000 in two tower floors and an 80,000 s/f contiguous base block on the 5th through 10th floors.
Unity node with the Russian Zarya base block in 1998.
With this book, discover how to make a design based on a photo or drawing, add a "ghost" shape that is lighter or darker than the base block colors, and create a color wash that allows for more color use in a quilt.