Mullion

A wood or metal part used to structurally join two window or door units.

Mullion

A mullion is a vertical element that forms a division between units of a window, door, or screen, or is used decoratively. When dividing adjacent window units, its primary purpose is to provide structural support to an arch or lintel above the window opening. Its secondary purpose may be as a rigid support to the glazing of the window. When used t...
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Mullion

A vertical bar or divider in the frame between windows, doors, or other openings that supports and holds such items as panels, glass, sash, or sections of a curtain wall.
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Mullion

- A vertical divider in the frame between windows, doors, or other openings.
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mullion

(from the article `building construction`) ...over molten tin and both sides were fire finished, avoiding all polishing and grinding; this became the standard method of production. Pilkington ... ...weatherproofing. Curtain walls are of several types; the most common is one supported by a metal (typically aluminum) gridwork attached to ...
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mullion

[n] - a nonstructural vertical strip between the casements or panes of a window (or the panels of a screen)
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Mullion

• (v. t.) To furnish with mullions; to divide by mullions. • (n.) An upright member of a framing. See Stile. • (n.) A slender bar or pier which forms the division between the lights of windows, screens, etc.
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mullion

noun a nonstructural vertical strip between the casements or panes of a window (or the panels of a screen)
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Mullion

Mul'lion noun [ A corruption of munnion , French moignon stump of an amputated limb, stump, Old French moing mutilated; confer Armor. moñ , mouñ , mank , monk , and also Latin mancus maimed.] (Architecture) (a) A ...
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Mullion

Mul'lion transitive verb To furnish with mullions; to divide by mullions.
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Mullion

A mechanism that enables more than one locking point to engage when a single handle is operated
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Mullion

a particular type of reworked boudin (term likely derived from an architectural structure with the same name).
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Mullion

A vertial member or division between the panels of a window.
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Mullion

A vertical divider in the frame between windows, doors, or other openings.
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Mullion

A vertical primary framing member that separates paired or multiple windows within a single opening.
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Mullion

An intermediate, vertical or horizontal framing member.
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Mullion

In a masonry-framed window, a horizontal stone glazing bar. Also used for vertical stones.
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Mullion

In architecture a mullion (munton, munnion, monyal, moynal, moynicle, moynel, monion) is the division between the lights of windows, screens, etc, in Gothic architecture. The styles, or upright divisions, in wainscoting are also sometimes called by the same name.
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mullion

In architecture, a vertical post or shaft dividing the general aperture of a window into secondary openings, which are again frequently subdivided horizontally by similar shafts crossing the...
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mullion

mullion (mŭl'yun) , in architecture, a slender, upright intermediate member that subdivides an opening, as a division between panes of a window or between adjacent windows. Although the mullion occurs in some form in nearly all architectural styles, it is perhaps most characteristic of the...
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mullion

one of the vertical posts that divides a window into 'lights'
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Mullion

The upright in a window; divides the window into a number of lights.
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Mullion

The upright in a window; divides the window into a number of lights.
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Mullion

The vertical dividing bar of a rose or lancet window (fig.6).
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mullion

The vertical element that separates the lancets of a window.
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