munton


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

mullion

mullions: a
A vertical member separating (and often supporting) windows, doors, or panels set in series. also see door mullion.
References in periodicals archive ?
He said: "I'm delighted to nominate Debbie Munton for Bouquet of the Week following her retirement from Christchurch Playgroup after 25 years.
Pictured, from left, are tutor Rachel |Laurence, the students and teacher Alice Hickman and FTPE West Yorkshire stations manager Will Munton
Replacements: Fry, Cleverley, Read, Liston, Munton, Humphries, Gallagher.
Nathan Richard Munton Sr., Owen Hamilton Munton, and Nathan Richard Munton Jr.
“It was a new kind of audience for me,” commented Mr Munton after the three-hour training, “But very rewarding.” Mr.
Munton is an experienced official, having worked alongside Peter Robinson at Nottingham gaining valuable Bags experience, plus two spells as Doncaster RM.
Mr Munton posted a picture of a man he says is Powell on Twitter, lying face down on the floor being tended to by police.
FORMER England seamer Tim Munton has praised Warwickshire seamer Andy Miller for asking for help to prepare for what could be his breakthrough season at Edgbaston.
CARDIFF International Airport has appointed Cassie Harwood- Munton to the marketing and communications team as marketing executive.
``I would be surprised if there is any change of policy, but we must hear the debate first.'' Tim Munton, of the Professional Cricketers' Association, who was representing the England players at today's meeting at Lord's, expected the match to go a head.
Moving job and house can both be stressful life events but when they co-occur (as in the case of job relocation) it can be anticipated that high levels of stress may be experienced by the relocator and his or her family (for reviews see Brett, Stroh & Reilly, 1992; Lu & Cooper, 1990; Munton, Forster, Altman & Greenbury, 1993).
Warwickshire seamer Tim Munton earlier made a successful comeback from long-term injury by taking two for 35.