united inches

united inches

The sum of the length and width (expressed in inches) of a rectangular piece of glass.
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For example, Jay Goltz, owner of Artists' Frame Service in Chicago and an industry educator who focuses on pricing, pointed to a problem with the use of united inches (UI) in which the length and width of a framing material are added together, and that sum is multiplied by a set number to determine price.
Take a 36- by 48-inch framing order, for instance, which is 84 united inches, and a 9- by 12-inch framing order, which is 21 united inches.
And five minutes later it was a close call as referee Hiles awarded a free kick to United inches outside the box, Ballymena claiming for another penalty when Convery again brought down Campbell.
Columba Publishing of Akron, Ohio, announces the release of the "Custom Picture Framing Pricing Kit." The kit contains a United Inches Chart and Footage Wall Chart.
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