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casement

1. a window frame that is hinged on one side
2. a window containing frames hinged at the side or at the top or bottom

Casement

Sir Roger (David). 1864--1916, British diplomat and Irish nationalist: hanged by the British for treason in attempting to gain German support for Irish independence

casement

1. A window sash (ventilator, 2) which swings open along its entire length; usually on hinges fixed to the sides of the opening into which it is fitted; see casement window.
2. A deep hollow molding, used chiefly in cornices.
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A tribute from Roger Casements GAA Coventry at the time of his death said: "It is with a heavy heart that we inform our members of the passing of our wonderful friend and team mate, Eamonn Fallon.
He says it has been bitten, and there's medical evidence of that, but Roger Casements say none of their players would do that.
Pivot windows - These are made like casement windows but they have a hinge mechanismon each side so the sash can pivot at its mid point, allowing both sides of the glass to be cleaned from inside the house.
Side-hinged, out-swinging units are called casements.
THE GAC will be the least of Eamon Coleman's worries when he takes his tired depleted Derry squad to Casement Park tonight (7pm).
The New York Hospital, a complex of six buildings located between 68th and 70th streets on York Avenue and the East River in Manhattan, had acquired an incongruous mixture of double hung and casement windows, combined with bland spandrel panels over recent decades.
Building owners of these older buildings were previously forced to use more costly new steel casements, which almost always needed the brick-to-brick installation.
First round: Glenavy v Ballymena All-Saints, Moneyglass v St Galls or Davitts, Glenravel v St Mary's Rasharkin, Lamh Dhearg v Rossa, St Endas v St Pauls, Kickhams v St Johns, Dunloy v Sarsfield, Cargin v Casements Portgleone.
Soon after, the parties say, argon gas began leaking from between the panes and windows began imploding, usually shattering the inner pane of the double-paned casements.
The cash was raised by Irish Casements at a charity match played in memory of former team member Kieran Doherty, who died following an incident outside a nightclub.
Prior to replacement, the windows in Stuyvesant Town and Pefer Cooper Village were the original steel casements, first installed in the mid 1940's.
ROGER CASEMENTS Ladies team rounded off a tough season by winning the County League after taking points from Birmingham rivals John Mitchell's.