cover plate

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covering consisting of a plate used to cover over or close in a chamber or receptacle

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A spokesman for the authority said: "The plate pictured is a cover plate, which is there for decorative purposes only and has no bearing on the bridge's safety or structural integrity.
Since the surface of the stone is too irregular for mounting the outlet and cover plate, the first step is to carve away the stone to create a flat mounting surface.
The electronically controlled solid cover plate can be installed on top of an existing stovetop burner.
The screen can be quickly changed by removing the front cover plate.
Cover plate with another paper towel and microwave pepperoni on high power until slices release some of their oil but are still tender, about 45 seconds.
A cover plate and cylinder collars for five- and six-pin cylinders are provided with all trims.
According to ESL, use of a porous alumina weight or cover plate during the manufacturing process promotes creep flattening during the initial sintering process, without the grain growth experienced in a second firing.
It needs some type of cover plate on it or we need to build a wood valance.
A fire service spokesman said: "The kitten was trapped by its head and one of its paws, which were lodged in a cover plate at the bottom of the washing machine.
concealing the sprinklers behind a recessed cover plate that is matched to the ceiling finish.
OD has a removable cover plate that eliminates the mess of pulling tubes through a hole for insertion or removal.
Have an adult unscrew the light switch cover plate from the wall in your room.
The system also incorporates a cover plate that is designed to resist screw backout and that must be used in combination with the screws.
Tenders are invited for Servicing of gear box and replacement of mill side liners and insulation cover plate assembly etc, Of units i&ii, Stage.