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the horizontal sides of a panel frame
1. Continuous metal bars on which wheeled vehicles travel (i.e. railroads). 2. The horizontal sections of a panel door. 3. The top and bottom sections of a window sash.
These are the top and bottom edges of the shutter.
Top and bottom horizontal pieces on a door panel or window sash
Horizontal Component of panels
Rails are the top or bottom horizontal members spindles attached to.
the horizontal members of a door between panels. From the top downwards in a six panelled door these would be, toprail (sometimes referred to as the head), frieze rail, locking rail (sometimes known as a belt rail), bottom rail.
The horizontal wooden poles used to create an obstacle. The upright section that holds the rail is called "standard."
The top and bottom of the sash.
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The horizontal top and bottom pieces of a window sash or door panel.
The dividing barrier between Members' and Tattersall's where the big bookmaking firms are represented.
The horizontal members of framed furniture, e.g., the long sidepieces of beds or the side framing in casework.
Cross or horizontal pieces of the framework of a wood flush door
The horizontal part of a doorframe. Also See Jamb.
The horizontal stiffening members of framed and paneled doors.
The horizontal bars that make up a jump.
The cross or horizontal members of the framework of a sash, door or other panel assembly.
two horizontal areas on the door panel above and below the glass or embossing.
Horizontal sash members.
The horizontal members of a window sash or door panel.
Horizontal members of framed furniture. In beds, the long sidepieces. In casework, the framing that holds the sides together.
The horizontal structural members of a door. Most doors have a top rail, a bottom rail, and a center rail connected at both ends to vertical stiles.