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Synonyms for mansard

a hip roof having two slopes on each side

(of a roof) having two slopes on all sides with the lower slope steeper than the upper

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MTN Nigeria and Nigeria-based insurance provider, Mansard, have announced that they have launched an insurance scheme for SMEs in Nigeria.
Application ref: M/FP/0960/12/P Address: 7-27 Bedford Street and Church House Square, Middlesbrough Proposal: Redevelopment of site to form four-storey building including mansard roof to include 24 flats, ground floor units in A1 shop, A2 offices, A3 cafe and B1 business use with refuse store and parking area.
Ian Mitchell, new sun lounge and garage extension with first floor added over garage with mansard roof, 10 Broomhouse Close, Denby Dale.
Mansard - This enables you to achieve maximum loft space.
A fire on Christmas Eve 86 years ago destroyed the original mansard roof, and rather than replacing like for like a decision was taken to opt for a cheaper flat construction.
Unfinished 3-stored guest house with mansard (Bulan-Sogottu village, Issyk-Kul oblast)3.
The crowd danced along to tracks like A-Punk, Cape Cod Kwasa Kwasa and Mansard Roof, and listened intently to Giving Up the Gun, Oxford Comma and Horchata.
In the case of the Madison at Dogwood, which was built in 1968, the community's look was outdated, including its large mansard roofs, aged common areas and unit interiors and stale curb appeal.
Songs like Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa and Oxford Comma galvanised the masses while encore offerings Mansard Roof and Walcott ensured it was a buoyant ending.
The start, though, is rather underwhelming, with album opener Mansard Roof and Campus perfectly pleasant but hardly stirring.
Intellectual New Yorkans Vampire Weekend kick-started their UK tour in fine style, with impeccable versions of Mansard Roof and Campus but it's the Simon and Garfunkelinspired single Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa which really sticks out above the palm trees.
The four-storey, brick building is on lower ground, ground, first and second floors with a mansard roof level.
A lightweight single-layered screen was therefore face-fixed to the Vaudoyer building, yielding to the existing architectural detail by being cut around cornices and door heads, while a more solid screen envelopes Lahalle's building, including the three-tier mansard rood.
And there is the mansard or curvilinear shape, the professional gardener's choice, which resembles a tunnel with glass panes arching over the roof at various angles to trap as much light and solar heat as possible.