face wall

breast wall, face wall

2. A parapet which is breast high.

face wall

1. A retaining wall. 2. The front wall of a building.
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Tenders are invited for Providing and fixing designer stone murals on the wall of officers club building and marble rock surface wall cladding to the face wall at entrance of acm building in site-b of svp npa, hyderabad.
Face wall, standing about two feet away from it and with feet slightly wider than hips.
Seattle's Marginal Way has a big face wall for you to get freaky on.
Since the Northern Bank raid and murder of Robert McCartney, the party's rating has slipped to nine per cent - down two points on January.FAMILY FACE WALL OF SILENCE: SEE PAGE 7
Andrew didn't leave empty handed, though; he walked away with some cash, too, winning best trick on the face wall.
Lance got a corner air through it and accidentally rode back up the face wall, so harsh was the line.
Tenders are invited for Stone Wall Lining On Lift Face Wall In Place Of Damaged Stone At Income Tax Building Sanjay Place Agra
in main line/ loop line including making formation by earthwork in cutting / filling, construction of retaining wall, side drains, platform face wall including platform filling & surfacing etc including other ancillary works during MEGA BLOCK in between station DCA and SQF (KM 145.00 to KM 166.00) in connection with Lumding - Silchar Gauge Conversion projects.
in main line/loop line including making formation by earthwork in cutting/filling & construction of retaining wall, side drains, platform face wall including platform filling & surfacing, verandah of station building of DTC etc, including other ancillary works during Mega Block in between station KTX to SCL (ton tOCO to km 30.00) in comedian with IMG-SCL GC crciect.
Tenders are invited for Minor repairs to wing wall return wall parapet wall face wall pointing plastering cpg etc to bridges under aden bg kwv sub division br no.
Rehabilitation includes adding top soil to rock face walls within the mine, planting of grasses, and installing coconut nets to avoid erosion.
Looking back, it's hard not to notice how often British artist Catherine Yass has set up her camera to face walls, capturing surfaces spotted by stains in a meat market ("Stall," 1996), scratched with graffiti in a prison ("Cell," 1998), obscured by steam in a Baden-Baden spa ("Baths," 1998), or decorated by tiles in the Prague underground ("Metro," 2001).