coping stone


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Synonyms for coping stone

a stone that forms the top of wall or building

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Canterbury city council ( the council ) wishes to select and appoint a suitable supplier for the undertaking of coping stone repairs at the guildhall, canterbury and invites prospective suppliers to submit a quotation to meet the councils requirements.
The officers, who were responding to an emergency call, were injured when a coping stone smashed through the windscreen of their car on February 15, while on the city's Ring Road.
In another incident, a huge coping stone, which had been removed from a bridge parapet, fell on to a train.
Another man has also been arrested after the coping stone was thrown onto the ring road near to Coventry train station on Sunday.
Leslie had been cutting a coping stone with a hand-held electric circular saw when the high-speed cutting disc split.
He also admitted breaching a suspended jail sentence for carrying a coping stone to damage another woman's property.
A wall will start to crumble from exposure to the elements, like frost, especially if the wall has had no coping stone fitted on top.
On the facade you may see what looks like an ordinary problem of settlement cracks, open brick joints and coping stone joints.
uk/kirklees/rural NETHERTON: Sunday October 4 - Yorkshire coping stone stolen from wall.
If the wall has a coping stone on top to shed the rainwater away, then a damp-proof course under the coping will keep the wall beneath dry.
He threw a banana skin at their home, sprayed their car windscreen with a hose while the mother and child were inside and used a tin to repeatedly strike a coping stone dividing the houses' gardens.
Repair & Replacement Of Worn Out Coping Stone & Other Misc.
The traditional detail is to lay a coping stone on top of the wall and fit directly underneath it a damp proof course.
They shoved a heavy coping stone off a railway bridge into the path of a train,damaging it and nearly forcing it off the track.
Masonry work, clean and reseal joints, repair/replace coping stone.