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Google previewCompact Cabins (2010)

Simple Living in 1000 Square Feet or Less; 62 Plans for Camps, Cottages, Lake Houses, and Other Getaways by Gerald Rowan

Safe access to a loft is a necessity. Ladders, library ladders, ship's ladders, ...

Google previewA general dictionary of Provincialisms, etc (1838)

by William HOLLOWAY (of Rye, in Sussex.)

A loft. Solive, F. Stank, s.

Google previewA Dictionary of Construction, Surveying, and Civil Engineering (2012)

by Christopher Gorse, David Johnston, Martin Pritchard

blown or poured into a loft space or cavity wall. A number of loose-fill materials are available including mineral wool, cellulose fibre, mineral fibre, polyester beads, and vermiculite. loose key 1. A tongue or *tenon that is not fixed to the main timber, hence it is loose and located into a mortise in each piece of timber that it is fixed to. 2. A large T-shaped bar with a square recessed end that is used to turn stop cocks that are below the surface of the ground, often placed in the footpath or.

Google previewIllustrated Dictionary of Historic Architecture (2013)

by Cyril M. Harris

A concave molding along a rood beam to support a loft or gallery. 4. The curved or splayed jambs of a fireplace which narrows toward the back. coyn, coyning Same as quoin. Cradle roof A barrel roof, 1. cradle vault Same as barrel vault. cradling Timber framing for supporting the lath and plaster or masonry of a dome or vaulted ceiling. crail work Ornamental ironwork. crease tile See crest tile. creasing One or more courses of tiles or bricks laid upon the top of a wall or chimney with a ...

Google previewEtymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of Difficult Words (1882)

by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

Luft, a floor over a stable; cook-loft, a loft over aloft; hay-loft, ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Online Education (2016)

by Steven L. Danver

Like a CAT, a LOFT draws items from a larger bank. One version of LOFT requires the bank to have psychometric data on each item. When an examinee takes a LOFT, items are drawn from the bank one at a time using a pseudorandom approach, but selecting items to balance the psychometric (and possibly content) structure of the bank so that each examinee receives a test that is randomly equivalent to tests administered to other examinees. A second variation of LOFT is to simply ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (2014)

by George Watt

This should consist of three storeys—a loft in which the cherries are spread out—the pulping floor or platform, and the cisterns. By constructing this building against an embankment or steep cliff, the cherries may be carried direct into the top loft without requiring to be raised.

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There's been a big spur in downtown development with new business, restaurants and a lot of loft buying. The buses run, and there's a subway that runs through downtown. (Michael Ritchie)
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