glass stop

glass stop

2. A fitting which holds the lower end of a patent glazing bar; prevents the pane from sliding down.

glazing bead, glass stop

1. Same as bead, 3.
2. At a glazed opening, removable trim that holds the glass firmly in place.
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Soft grey and white create a very calming and relaxing room while luxurious fabrics, mirrors and glass stop the room becoming bland," said Jill.
Alpha Glass stops scratches from reaching GALAXY Note5's vivid 5.
The one-way bulletproof glass stops bullets and ammunitions fired from outside the vehicle by entangling them within itself, but does not stop the same when fired from inside.
The body's head Deborah Glass stops short of concluding that there was a conspiracy against Mr Mitchell in the wake of his confrontation with Downing Street police.
These windows have been specifically designed to cut energy loss from the home by increasing the amount of heat from the sun passing through the window, while at the same time an inner pane of Pilkington K Glass stops heat escaping, thereby reducing home heating requirements.
Conforming to the independent weapons standard B4, the X5 Security's reinforced glass stops bullets up to calibre .
At the edge of the glass, there is a small area between where the glass stops and your copier frame begins.