frame, usually of wood, that holds the panes of glass in a window. Windows with a double-hung sash ore sometimes described by the number of panes of glass in the upper and lower sash, such as nine-over-nine, two-over-two, etc.
THE INSULATED GLASS UNIT (OR FOR OUR STORM WINDOWS, THE SINGLE GLASS PANE) WITH ITS VINYL STILES (SIDES) AND BOTH THE TOP AND BOTTOM WIDTH ATTACHED. THERE MAY BE ONE OR MORE THAN ONE SASHES TO A WINDOW.
The portion of a window that includes the glass and the framing sections directly attached to the glass, not to be confused with the complete frame into which the sash sections are fitted. Seal Unit: Two pieces of glass hermetically sealed to form one insulating unit. Also known as insulated glass (IG).
A scarf or band worn about the waist, over the shoulder, or otherwise; a belt; a girdle, -- worn by women and children as an ornament; also worn as a badge of distinction by military officers, members of societies, etc.
A sash consists of a cloth belt used to hold a robe together, and usually tied about the waist. The Japanese equivalent of a sash, called an obi, serves to hold a kimono or yukata together. Decorative sashes may pass from the shoulder to the hip rather than around the waist.
Sash is a stand-alone shell for system recovery in Linux. Its purpose is to make system recovery possible in many cases where there are missing shared libraries or executables. It does this by firstly being linked statically, and secondly by including versions of many of the standard utilities within itself.