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a framework that holds the panes of a window in the window frame

a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers

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Ease of Operation: Convenient to operate as both sashes can be tilted inwards to allow ease of cleaning
Sew sashes and rows together as shown to complete the quilt top.
3 The Hopf Algebra (and Dual Hopf Algebra) of Sashes
During my childhood practically all sashes opened fully and parents warned their children of the dangers of playing near windows, now we have windows designed that make it extremely difficult for a young child to open a sash fully.
Modern double-hung windows (the upper and lower window sashes slide up and down past each other) don't use pulleys and sash weights to support the sash (the moving part of the window).
You'll need weatherstripping along the top and bottom sashes (both sides), the bottom of the bottom sash, the top of the top sash and the outer meeting rail (the point where the top of the bottom sash meets the bottom of the top sash).
But we were intrigued by a story this past week regarding Clark University's replacement of hundreds of window sashes at its 1902 Jefferson Academic Center.
You'll need tape along the sides of the top and bottom sashes, the bottom of the bottom sash, the top of the top sash and outer meeting rail (the point where the top of the bottom sash meets the bottom of the top sash).
A complex design, with overlapping sashes counter balanced by weights hidden inside the frames.
Lilley does volunteer her largest loom is 60 inches wide and that she's made some long sashes for people who are "well-endowed.
You need them along the top and bottom sashes (both sides), the bottom of the bottom sash, the top of the top sash and the outer meeting rail (the point where the top of the bottom sash meets the bottom of the top sash).
Cream sashes were presented in order of seniority to those who have taken Ajivatthamaka Sila (The Eight Precepts with Right Livelihood as the Eighth) for life.
Joseph for 53 years, was shocked when she, along with others wearing rainbow-colored sashes in solidarity with Dignity Twin Cities, Catholic Rainbow Parents, the Catholic Pastoral Committee on Sexual Minorities, and Rainbow Sash Alliance, were denied Communion.
Its members wear the multi-coloured sashes proclaiming their allegiance as they go forward to receive Communion--to which they consider themselves entitled.
conveners of the international Rainbow Sash Movement, a gay Catholic protest group in which gay and lesbian Catholics enter cathedrals and parishes around the world on Pentecost Sunday wearing rainbow-colored sashes.