box column

box column

A hollow, built-up column constructed of wood, usually rectangular or square in section.
See also: Bethlehem column

box column

box column
A hollow, built-up column, constructed of wood, usually rectangular or square in section.
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In this section, hysteresis behavior of beam I connection to box column is studied.
This unease manifested itself when the man from Raith Rovers, Eric Drysdale, came over with a moan about Gary Ralston's Outside The Box column from June 15, mistaking me for the Press Complaints Commission.
Eleven years later he joined Slate, writing about the media and other topics before launching his Press Box column in 2000.
For example, she chose a tapered box column for the porch in stead of pre-made round columns that were more expensive.
A "select line" check box column with a "select all" check box in application generator that allows selection of script lines for copy/paste operations.
Editor's Note: This month's Thinking Outside the Box column is not your traditional column about a company or organization's public relations/promotions programs.
STEEL-CLAD Impact Panels are high-strength internal column reinforcements made by welding extra heavy-duty 3/16" thick steel inserts to the inside of a regular column to form a solid closed box column.
com deputy editor Jack Shafer, who writes the dot-com's Press Box column.
The publication's Post Box column often features letters of thanks from the public - but usually from the victims of crime or other people who have been well treated by police officers.
In Z, we use a box column except for the lowest-price machine.
The original tower footprints are defined by the preserved original box column remnants which are visible and accessible to visitors that ring the core exhibition spaces.
His Outside The Box column in the Post is a must read for anybody who has deluded themself into believing they actually understand anything about racing.