solid frame

solid frame

A door or window frame made from a single piece of timber as distinguished from one that is built up in sections.
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BENELLI | 828U ACTION TYPE Solid frame over/under GAUGE 12, 2-% or 3-inch chambers BARRELS Chrome-plated and Cryo treated; 26-, 28-, 30-inch barrels; ventilated carbon-fiber top rib, fiber-optic front sight OVERALL LENGTH 43.25-47.25 in.
It was so named because, quite literally, the user had to swing the cylinder out of the solid frame and eject the empties by hand.
Mine is nickeled with a solid frame with no ejector rod.
Remington's 1875 was based on the earlier Model 1858 New Model Army cap-and-ball revolver which, unlike the Colts of the percussion era, featured a solid frame. Though the Remingtons don't have the Hollywood cachet of the Colts, they were their equal in terms of performance.
For a beautifully styled bedroom, look no further than the Navajos Panelled Bed Frame, featuring a chunky solid frame that is elegantly finished with warm chestnut wood and is ethically made from recycled wood.
With a low seat position and centre of gravity, featherlight slip-assist clutch and weight down 18kg over the ER-6f thanks to a tubular rather than solid frame and other tweaks, low-speed handling is a doddle.
The term of [partial derivative]p/[partial derivative][x.sub.j] reflects the influence of seepage field on the solid frame, and its essence is that pore pressure generated during fluid flow affects the effective stress and deformation of the solid frame.
The Ruger GP100 has a solid frame and unitized assembly for easy stripping and cleaning.
A sculpturally flared Single-frame grille with a solid frame dominates its aerodynamically flat front end.
Being a good investor requires a fundamental knowledge of the investment world and a solid frame of reference.
This background in the history of ideas provides the solid frame for her intelligent examination of the structurally different first-person novels by Stifter (1857) and Vischer (1878).