check stop

check stop

[′chek ‚stäp]
(building construction)
A narrow length of wood or metal that is installed to hold a sliding element in place, such as the lower part of a sash of a double-hung window.

check stop

A strip or molding used to hold a sliding element in place, as at the bottom sash of a double-hung window.
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Below le Archbold, organisational development manager and ambassador for wellbeing at work at Your Homes New ft, Sandra wcastle CHECK Stop smoking advisor Nathan Thompson tests a client's lung capacity and carbon monoxiode levels
The Airways Country Inn, a Canada-based hotel in Nisku, Alberta, Canada, has announced that its annual Check Stop Awareness Demonstration and Fundraiser will be held on November 19, 2010.
each check stop (mainly road access and pedestrian), the watchman out of his vehicle and foot runs between 200 and 400 m along the line.
Look for these at licensed establishments, special events and RCMP check stops.
Getting that point across was what check stops were about on Feb.
As well he should; warrant check stops are in fact illegal.
* upheld a law establishing road-side check stops because this was a reasonable limit on the right to legal counsel upon arrest or detention; (R.
Another reality check stops your enjoyment of the novel.
If you feel you might be at risk, then vary your route and include check stops. If you are not armed, then at least carry a cell phone.
The first changes I saw were physical -- no police check stops, no armed military in the streets, less sense of impending violence and a touch of economic boom that brought with it traces of optimism.
SGI is also providing $500,000 for law enforcement to increase check stops targeting impaired driving.