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doorframe

doorframe
An assembly built into a wall consisting of two upright members (jambs) and a head (lintel) over the doorway; encloses the doorway and provides support on which to hang the door.
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This article will focus on the doorframe, describing what I believe to be the earliest wood art in Ladakh preserved in situ, and tracing its relations with artistic creations in other areas of Ladakh and beyond.
As part of the protest moves, Zini and his people asked the Technion's management to remove the mezuzot affixed to the doorframes of the rooms where homosexual and lesbian couples are slated to reside.
CLEAR VISION Chris Maguire, left, and father Laurence jointly run doorframe manufacturer CCN Ltd.
7 Hold the cover plate over the hole and, as before, mark round the cover plate and again chisel out a small recess for the plate to sit flush with the doorframe.
The DoorDefender has an innovative mechanism that fits to the hinge side of a doorframe and cannot be broken or snapped like a conventional door chain.
The key features of the Caravell cold rooms include 43[degrees]C ambient operating temperature, 3 tier shelving, non-slip floor and doorframe heater, push-in/pull-out door gaskets for easy cleaning, clear internal lighting and door lock.
At one time or another, everyone awakens at night, fumbles about the room or hallway, perhaps bumping their head or groggily kicking a doorframe or stepping on the dog.
The doors are uniquely available in full heights up to 2900mm, and can be fitted within all Avanti surrounding doorframe types.
The 42 mm x 38 mm x 23 mm camera is exactly the width of a standard aluminum doorframe and can be installed on the inside of right or left opening doors.
The Agro 5 Forum, with its multi-composite doorframe, is completely washable and will never rust or need repainted.
leaning in the doorframe one last time before they leave you
Hutchence had been found hanging from the doorframe of his hotel room, with his leather belt around his neck.