Siding

Siding and wall cladding is the exterior material applied to the walls of a house or other building meant to shed water, protect the walls from the effects of weather, and is a key in the aesthetics of the structure. Some walls such as solid brickwork and masonry veneer are not covered with siding, but some buildings such as log buildings can have...
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Siding

The finish covering of the outside wall of a frame building, whether made of horizontal weatherboards, vertical boards with battens, shingles, or other material.
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Siding

- The finished exterior covering of the outside walls of a frame building.
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siding

(from the article `building construction`) ...two floors of rolled-steel beams that were substituted during construction; this was the first large-scale use of steel in a building. The metal ...
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siding

[n] - material applied to the outside of a building to make it weatherproof 2. [n] - a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass
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Siding

• (p. pr.& vb. n.) of Side • (n.) Attaching one`s self to a party. • (n.) The covering of the outside wall of a frame house, whether made of weatherboards, vertical boarding with cleats, shingles, or the like. • (n.) The thickness of a rib or timber, measured, at right angles with its side, across the curved edge; as, a timber h...
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siding

turnout 3 sidetrack noun a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass
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siding

noun material applied to the outside of a building to make it weatherproof
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Siding

[rail] A siding, in rail terminology, is a low-speed track section distinct from a running line or through route such as a main line or branch line or spur. It may connect to through track or to other sidings at either end. Sidings often have lighter rails, meant for lower speed or less heavy traffic, and few, if any, signals. Sidings conne...
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Siding

Sid'ing noun 1. Attaching one's self to a party. 2. A side track, as a railroad; a turnout. 3. (Carp.) The covering of the outside wall of a frame house, whether made of weatherboards, vertical boarding with cleats, shingles, or the like. 4. (Shipbuilding)
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Siding

A construction element applied to the outermost surface of an exterior wall.
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Siding

A construction element applied to the outermost surface of an exterior wall.
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Siding

A section of track off the main line. Sidings are often used for storing rolling stock or freight. A sidiing is also used as a form of rail access for warehouses and other businesses, where the siding will often meet up with loading docks at rail car height in the building. In the U.S. the term is also used to cover the British term
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Siding

The finished exterior covering of the outside walls of a frame building.
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siding

track, other than the main running line, generally used for shunting movements
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