window board

window stool, window board, elbow board

A horizontal board on a windowsill, fitted against the bottom rail of the lower sash and between the sash frame stiles; forms a base on which the casing rests; usually of wood, but may be of metal or other facing material.
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It is two stories in height, nearly square, its front pierced by a single doorway flanked on each side by a window boarded up to the very top.
"We are sticking to the last" was the defiant sign handwritten on a window board.
The Skywalk is a walk on a narrow window board around the UFO restaurant on the SNP Bridge.
There were no signs of previous leaks on the inside window board and the client had never seen water on the inside of the window.
The company's two main product ranges are the PolyCo EasyCut window board and the PolyBoard EasyFit architectural profiles.
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"Our two main product ranges are window board and architectural profiles.