transfer column

transfer column

A column in a multistory framed building that is not continuous down to the foundation, but is supported at some intermediate level where the load is transferred to adjacent columns.
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The Blues' midfielder Cesc Fabregas is another in the transfer columns, reportedly on Monaco's radar according to the Daily Mail.
The Slovenia international has been mentioned alongside Liverpool's name on the transfer columns for the past few weeks, despite an eye-watering release clause believed to be around [pounds sterling]80m.
Additionally, in order to ensure the angle of the transfer columns was 100% accurate, the general contractor, ACC, used custom-built circular steel formwork for all 16 locations.
Suddenly the phone rang and a Scouse voice at the other end of the line asked: "Are we signing Andy Gray?" I knew Andy was an outstanding centre-forward on his day and that he had suffered a number of injury problems, but his name had never come up, even in one of those speculative Sunday newspaper transfer columns that linked clubs with all and sundry on the basis that one day they might strike it lucky.
Any interest whatsoever, regardless of how casual, can find a way into the transfer columns.