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  • noun

Synonyms for gable

the vertical triangular wall between the sloping ends of gable roof

United States film actor (1901-1960)

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Because the most sensitive of the parameters is the roof slope, care must be taken especially with gabled roofs when assigning a seed point (Figures 10b and 10c).
The two-story Victorian house has a gabled roof and a veranda on three sides.
Its steep, sloping gabled roof is an area landmark and attracts many who consider a stay at The Prince of Wales an annual tradition.
The building design, featuring gabled roof forms and brick and cast-stone facades, will complement the existing campus architecture.
Skylight and supply and installation of roof glazing as gabled roof, approx 8.
So, in consultation with landscape designer John Kenyon, they created a freestanding open-air version instead: A simple gabled roof with skylights rests on four columns to form a handsome sheltered outdoor room.
The building facade will boast a brick and stucco finish with decorative windows and a gabled roof.
He removed the flat Moot ceiling, replacing it with a ceiling at the full height of the gabled roof.
BA II: New extension C2 class tract: roofing works: 1 gabled roof not insulated, roof pitch 15 A, approximately 720 mA.
In keeping with the village's 350-year-old history, Hempstead Village Commons will be built using elements of colonial-style architecture, highlighted by a gabled roof and a red brick facade.
A gabled roof also distinguishes the entry (it runs perpendicular to the house's roof gable).
Metal construction, glazing and sun protection works in two phasesNew part Main building with gabled roof fan First, Aula shed roof.
Outside, a new trellis extends the gabled roof line over the deck to provide dappled shade; eventually, the trellis will support hop vines.
Its steep, sloping, gabled roof is an area landmark and attracts many who consider a stay at The Prince of Wales an annual tradition.