edge pull


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edge pull

A pull which is mortised into the edge of a sliding door.
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Pocket doors are great, but the standard door edge pull hardware is anything but Universal Design and can be so annoying.
Both Nick Compton and Scott Styris steadied the ship with a stand of 50 in ten overs before Styris on 28 fell to a top edge pull to give Gibson his second wicket.
Innovation still happens on the edge, but the edge pulls the core to the edge.
And he created a wide-open kitchen with muscular proportions, flat panel doors with simple edge pulls and an enormous island topped by 2-inch-thick granite from Connecticut.
Needing to win their last two fixtures to go level on points with Rhyl, but required to close a massive 22-goal gap to snatch the runners-up spot, Alderley Edge pulled off back-to-back wins, scoring 13 and nine goals in the process to end up with 66 goals for the season to shell-shocked Rhyl's 63.
Bono, Larry, Adam and The Edge pulled off yet another spectacular homecoming when their 360o world tour took over the home of GAA.
In the end, Joes Edge pulled up lame after being struck into and the dream, for last year, was over.
Page 102 (bottom right): Satin chrome flush drawer pulls (item 62134) and cupboard edge pulls (item SR) from Tydix (www.tydix.com or 805/788-0588).
Point Barrow fell at the first, Monkerhostin refused at the Canal Turn and Joes Edge pulled up mid way round.
Home frustration grew when Blackpool's 17-year-old debutant keeper Lewis Edge pulled off a string of fine saves.
The resulting 100% metal conformal coating provides uniform coverage with no runs, edge pulls, comer puddles or voids.