divider strip

divider strip

A strip of metal embedded in terrazzo; used to serve as a control joint or as a decoration.
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The first 10 or 20 Negroes were swept to the ground screaming, arms and legs flying, and packs and bags went skittering across the grassy divider strip and onto the pavement on both sides."
Assembly can be done by attaching the end caps, inserting the first acrylic strip, attaching the divider strip, and repeating for the rest of the strips.
The wooden pots filled with hot pink petunias pictured above form a brilliant-hued divider strip for the wide wooden stairway.
To hem the top edge of the divider strip, fold under 1/4 inch, then another 1 inch; press and topstitch.
Binning Divider Strips: These strips are designed to enable users to create reconfigured compartmentalized horizontal and vertical partitions or dividers for bins, drawers, cabinets and displays in which objects must be segregated.
7 -- Outwater, a provider of plastics and architectural products, has unveiled multipurpose standard and "baby" Binning Divider Strips, which enable anyone to readily and economically create reconfigurable compartmentalized horizontal and vertical partitions or dividers for bins, drawers, cabinets, tables or displays in which objects must be segregated.
Twenty-five years ago, he founded Northwest Door and Sash in Eugene, and now employs 20 people in the production of wood doors and traditional sash windows with real dividers between the panes rather than fake divider strips laid over plate glass.
Tack or glue divider strips to the floor as needed for better socket sectoring.
Inside the hub of the wheel, load-rated springs reduce the pushback effect of the wheel as it impacts objects, such as doorjambs, cords and carpet divider strips. The company says the suspension allows a cart or other wheeled unit to transition over rough terrain, while protecting the load of the Additional wheel features include: