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transom

Nautical
a. a surface forming the stern of a vessel, either vertical or canted either forwards (reverse transom) or aft at the upper side
b. any of several transverse beams used for strengthening the stern of a vessel

Transom

A horizontal bar of wood or stone across a door or window; the crossbar separating a door from the fanlight above it; a window divided by a transom bar.

transom

[′tran·səm]
(building construction)
A window above a door.
(naval architecture)
The flat, vertical aft end of a ship or boat as distinguished from a canoe-shaped or cruiser stern.

transom

1. A horizontal member, usually of wood or stone, that separates a door from a window, fanlight, or panel above it; sometimes called a transom bar.
2. An operable window hinged to the transom, 1 directly above a door.
3. A crossbar in a window frame that divides a window horizontally. Also see operable transom.
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With that done, you can cut out the second side and the transoms, and also draw and cut out the midship bulkhead.
Launched in February, Transom.org is operated by Atlantic Public Media, a Woods Hole, Massachusetts-based nonprofit that Allison created eight years ago to produce radio projects.
The site represents virtual street-level access to national air, as most Transom stories end up adopted by a national program.
Then set the jigsaw to 18 degrees, and cut the bevel on the ends of the transom frame top (BB).
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Coopchik represented the seller, AD 51 Company, led by George Transom. The 10-story, 42,000-square-foot property sold for $11.9 million.
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The hull running surface combines lifting strakes and a bustle transom. Transom deadrise is an ocean-compatible 18 degrees, while the boat draws only 15 inches.
The hull is 32 feet, 6 inches on centerline, with a beam of 10 feet, 8 inches, and transom deadrise of 22 degrees.