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A piece of timber, metal, or other solid substance, fixed, or to be fixed, firmly in an upright position, especially when intended as a stay or support to something else; a pillar; as, a hitching post; a fence post; the posts of a house.
A vertical structural member
A timber set on end to support a wall, girder or other member of the structure.
A freestanding vertical supporting member which is square in section and slender in relationship to its height.
A piece dividing shutter unit vertically into two or more sections.
A term usually used to describe vertical construction members. These might be used in fences or as uprights supporting the deck beam
A column or a free standing axially loaded compression member, usually vertical
The vertical structural element that rests on the footing and supports , the beam.
an upright consisting of a piece of timber or metal fixed firmly in an upright position; "he set a row of posts in the ground and strung barbwire between them"
a vertically installed pole made of metal or plastic
Metal upright used to support drapes. See Upright.
A mine timber, or any upright timber, but more commonly used to refer to the uprights which support the roof cross-pieces. Commonly used in metal mines instead of leg which is the coal miner's term, especially in the Far West regions of the United States.Â The support fastened between the roof and floor of a coal seam used with certain types of mining machines or augers. A pillar of coal or ore.
Any vertical support member.
A vertical member of a supporting frame.
A piece of wood, metal, etc., usually long and square or cylindrical, set upright to support a building, sign, gate, etc.; pillar; pole.
The upright or vertical timber in a bridge truss.
A vertical strut. (Plate I.)
a vertical framing member usually designed to carry a beam.
A perpendicular supporting member.
( Poteau) a generic word for any upright support: a pier is a post of square or rectangular section, usually of masonry column is a post of circular section; a steel or iron member used vertically is also called a column; a pilaster is a shallow rectangular upright support set into a wall and used mainly as decoration.
strong vertical timber that is part of the main framework of a building.
An item of kiln furniture. Also known as props, uprights or stilts.
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the upright posts of the goal.
One of the vertical compression members of a truss which is perpendicular to the bottom chord.
Vertical framing member such as a 4x4 or 4x6 set in the ground to support a fence.
A vertical timber.
upright or vertical timbers erected within the frame that provide structural support of the members above
Vertical or upright timber.
A vertical member of wood, steel, concrete or other material that transfers weight from the top of the post to whatever the post is resting on.
A piece of wood, metal or other material that is either long and square or cylindrical, used as a support.
A vertical framing piece, usually 4x4 or 6x6, used to support a beam or a joist. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
vertical structural member, especially timber set on end to support beam.
Secondary vertical member in a structural frame carrying light loads (e.g. gable post, sheeting post).