Stringpiece

In architecture a stringpiece is a long piece of timber, forming a margin or edge of any piece of construction but especially applied to one of the longitudinal pieces, supporting the treads and rises of a flight or run of stairs.
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Stringpiece

String'piece` noun (Architecture) (a) A long piece of timber, forming a margin or edge of any piece of construction; esp.: (b) One of the longitudinal pieces, supporting the treads and rises of a flight or run of stairs.
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Stringpiece

• (n.) A long piece of timber, forming a margin or edge of any piece of construction; esp.: • (n.) One of the longitudinal pieces, supporting the treads and rises of a flight or run of stairs.
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