bottom rail

bottom rail

bottom rail: of a window
bottom rail: of a door
1. The lowest horizontal structural member of the frame of a door or window that interconnects its vertical members.
2. The lower rail in a balustrade.
References in classic literature ?
Quinion could see me, when he chose to stand up on the bottom rail of his stool in the counting-house, and look at me through a window above the desk.
Measure the tub ledge wall to wall and subtract 3/16th of an inch (to leave room for the wall channels) and transfer the measurement to the bottom rail track of the shower enclosure.
The netting "skirt" hangs from the bottom rail, covering the outside of the boat to the waterline.
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The system consists of factory drilled post sleeves and balusters manufactured to accommodate top and bottom rail applications.
It has variable speed operation and an optional break-away bottom rail with auto reset feature," explains Nick Hart, Hart's technical director The company says Speedor Storm conforms with ISO9002/3 and the Machinery Directive for power operated doors, PREN 12453 and 12444.
The rail is one piece from the action to the front of the carbon-fiber forearm, to which a bottom rail had also been added.
To discourage the spiders, try spraying an insecticide on the windowsills and the inside bottom rail of the storms.
Next, I slid the driver end of each club into holes I had drilled 4 inches apart on the bottom rail. I attached the top rail to the vertical deck posts, sealed the bottom rail to the clubs with silicone, and presto!