outer lining

outside casing, outside architrave, outside facing, outside lining, outside trim

outside casing
In a cased window frame, the members of the jamb or head which face outside of the building and appear as trim.
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Armstrong decided to use steel as the core of his new design, with an outer lining of twisted wrought iron cylinders, heated onto the steel.
"Unexpectedly, we discovered tiny channels that connected the marrow directly with the outer lining of the brain."
"Recent Food Standard Agency research has shown that bacteria from packaging can transfer to the outer lining of a Bag For Life, so be sure to use separate bags for raw meat, ready-to-eat food and non-food items."
Inner lining leakage moves air-transported moisture from the interior to the backside of the outer lining and vice versa.
We now know that women have egg precursor cells in the outer lining of our ovaries.
They discovered the toxin exerts some of its devastating effects by reducing the delivery of proteins to molecular junctions that normally act like Velcro to hold intestinal cells together in the outer lining of the gut.
PVC outer lining. Choose Marine Blue (A) or Italian White (B).
Among the observations, the researchers found that a battery's shell casing--an outer lining of aluminum or steel--may contribute differently to overall resilience, depending on the crash.
The Raptor-infused outer lining is incredibly resistant to the abuse of both shooting and the Weather, and you'll love the high-visibility graphics and aiming points printed on it.
Looking at pictures in his report, DI Skoglund said the jacket worn by the man lying in the street was damaged and that the outer lining was "destroyed", showing the inner lining and insulation.
They look like tiny blobs that contain one or more center structures, surrounded by a flexible outer lining.