arris

In architecture, the sharp edge produced by the intersection of two plane or curved surfaces. ...
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Arris

Sharp external angle - usually 90 degrees
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Arris

A sharp external angle - usually 90 degrees.
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arris

Part of a paving flag where the two faces meet. It can be bevelled, rounded, chamfered, radiussed or splayed.
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Arris

The sharp edge where two surfaces meet at an angle. .
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Arris

sharp edge at external angle formed by the meeting of two surfaces. The term is usually applied to finishings such as joinery, plasterwork or polished stone. A sharp arris in a soft material such as timber or plaster is prone to damage. Paint applied to a sharp timber arris is particularl...
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Arris

The sharp edge of a building component, such as a window or door surround.
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Arris

Ar'ris noun [ Old French areste , French arĂȘte , from Latin arista the top or beard of an ear of grain, the bone of a fish.] (Architecture) The sharp edge or salient angle formed by two surfaces meeting each other, whether plane or curved; - - applied particularly to the edg
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arris

The sharp edge or salient angle formed by two surfaces meeting each other, whether plane or curved; applied particularly to the edges in moldings, and to the raised edges which separate the flutings in a Doric column. Arris fillet, a triangular piece of wood used to raise the slates of a roof against a chimney or wall, to throw off the rain. Arris
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Arris

• (n.) The sharp edge or salient angle formed by two surfaces meeting each other, whether plane or curved; -- applied particularly to the edges in moldings, and to the raised edges which separate the flutings in a Doric column.
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Arris

Arris is an architectural term that describes the sharp edge formed by the intersection of two surfaces, such as the corner of a masonry unit; the junction between two planes of plaster or any intersection of divergent architectural details. Also the raised edges which separate the flutings in a Doric column. The origin is from the Latin `arista..
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Arris

In architecture an arris is the sharp edge or salient angle formed by two surfaces meeting each other, whether plane or curved. The term is applied particularly to the edges in mouldings, and to the raised edges which separate the flutings in a Doric column. An arris presents a particular challenge to decorators as paint tends to recede from a shar
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Arris

sharp edge where two surfaces meet at an angle.
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arris

The sharp intersection of two surfaces, eg. the face and edge of a piece of wood
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Arris

sharp edge where two surfaces meet at an angle.
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Arris

The angle, corner, or edge produced by the meeting of two surfaces; the edge of external angle. A natural or applied line on the stone from which all the leveling and plumbing is measured.
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Arris

The edge of an external angle formed by the intersection of two surfaces.
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Arris

The corner where two plane surfaces meet, this is generally removed either with sandpaper or by way of a moulding on finished Joinery.
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