gable wall


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gable wall

A wall which continues to the roofline on the gable end of a structure.
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gable wall

gable wall
A wall which is crowned by a gable.
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And oblique projection through the gable window could east an image down onto the gable wall.
The biggest talking point is the huge window which occupies the space where once there was a gable wall.
Consequently, we will be urgently rendering the now exposed gable wall.
The gable wall pays tribute to the victims of five attacks, all of whom died close to the memorial.
D Archer, non material amendment to previous permission for installation of windows to gable wall (conservation area), 8 Low Town, Kirkburton.
I don't have a gable wall to install the venting into and I don't want to put another hole in my roof.
After arriving at the garage, the men were ordered into an area beside what had become an unsupported gable wall after most of the roof had burned away, the Court of Session in Edinburgh heard.
The surviving gable wall of the tithe barn is a reminder of a period of medieval prosperity.
Proposal: Erection of 48 sheet display panel mounted on gable wall.
Part of the house was built on the unexcavated edge while his drive and gable wall were over the quarry.
The World In One Kitchen is just the start of big plans to put the square on the map, with Maureen keen to see a derelict gable wall turned into a huge artwork.
It destroyed fences and took out a large chunk of the gable wall and front door.