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muntin

[′mənt·ən]
(building construction)

Muntin

A secondary framing member to hold panes in a window, window wall, or glazed door; an intermediate vertical member that divides panels of a door. Each pane of glass or each insulated glazing unit separated by a muntin is a light.

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1. A secondary framing member to hold panes within a window, window wall, or
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It is an interesting argument that the agent is making about the glass, but since the glass is already in the window, it is the window, and sashes and muntins are also the window.
Brownell, like most window replacement contractors, will candidly point out the few minor drawbacks of replacement units: The thicker frame slightly reduces the glass size; internal grilles and hard comers won't have the same character as the sculpted muntins of Victorian-era originals.
It features a vaulted plaster ceiling underneath a dome and drum, Siena marble pilasters and wainscoting, stained glass windows and bronze window muntins. It was designated a historic property by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in June 1988.
Grilles (Muntins): Optional color coordinated aluminum grilles are sealed inside of the insulated glass units to provide easy cleaning of glass.
Doors with divided lights have smaller areas of glass separated by muntins (wood or metal bars).
The TR-8300 also has several other options available, including exterior or internal muntins, exterior screens, and a multi-point locking system.
By eliminating muntins (which call attention to the window as a window) and stretching out horizontally to the peripheries of our field of vision, the picture window suggests that its view of nature is perfectly objective and unmediated: This is it, how it really is out there.
Muntins ("mullions" or "muttons") --the rabbeted (grooved) wood strips that separate individual panes of glass in a window sash.
Window brochure, Heavy Commercial & Monumental Openings, details glazing systems; muntins; clad monumental, double hung, fixed frame, and pivot windows; and more.
Modern windows are usually glazed with one large sheet of glass per sash, while windows in the past were glazed with multiple panes separated by glazing bars or "muntins", due to the unavailability of large panes.
86), is related to a 'general scheme of a roundel alternating with another motif on stiles and muntins [which] can be found, together with other design elements used on this group, on English furniture from the West Country, particularly Gloucestershire and Somerset'.