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A wall plate that receives the lower ends of roof rafters.
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A horizontal structural member that receives and supports the lower ends of the rafters of a roof; same as top plate
, 1 or wall plate
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Diencephalon: It appears to be consisted of a roof plate
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position on the front face of the working surface under four distance conditions between the working surface and fault.
The SO plate is usually not firmly fused to the adjacent skull roof plates
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The arches are slightly inclined at different angles, braced by compression struts, and tied to the roof plate
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