open valley

open valley

[′ō·pən ′val·ē]
(building construction)
A valley formed at the intersection of two roof surfaces and lined with either metal or a mineral-surfaced roofing material; the lining is exposed at the intersection.

open valley

open valley
A type of valley on a roof. The valley formed at the intersection of two roof surfaces is lined with metal or mineral-surfaced roofing, and the shingles or slates are not laid
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In a short time we gained the foot of the mountains, and after traversing a narrow gorge came to an open valley, at the far extremity of which was a low table land upon which I beheld an enormous city.
I stood in the open valley, between the oak-plantation and my desolate cottage, and I kissed my tiny, twisted note again and again in a paroxysm of passion and of insensate joy.
The Panthers downed Loyola and Valpo to open Valley play, with UNI winning by an average of 25 points per game in its two MVC victories.
Pete looked up the valley for a good ambush site and we were off again, slipping 200 yards through the timber and across the open valley to a treeline on the other side.
alternate bid 1: provide coil coated galvanized steel open valley flashing construction on all roof valleys in lieu of woven valley construction, alternate 2: provide coil coated copper sheet open valley flashing construction on all roof valleys in lieu of woven valley construction, alternate 3: perform the insulation work at each duct connection in the attic space and the associated interior patching and painting.
This is true near the tops of mountains, along flat ridges or near open valley floors.
Another time, also in Finland, I had a moose coming right to me down an open valley.
The open valley in which we had pitched camp the previous evening had been replaced by a prison of howling whiteness, carpeted in snow that was being whipped up and swirled across the scrubby desert floor.
Fallow deer like dense woodland but have been seen rutting in the open valley at Dinefwr Park; | listen out for rhythmic belching and bellowing; | scrapes and wallows - these are signs that rutting deer, or deer preparing for the rut, have used the area.
Cerrigydrudion Community Council had supported the application, but the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales objected on the grounds it would have a visual impact on a wide open valley on a main tourist route.
Specialty clothing chain Rue21 to open Valley River Center store
The path eventually comes out above the woodland and reaches the open valley.