coping

  1. brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall
  2. come to terms or deal successfully with

Coping

A construction unit placed at the top of the parapet wall to serve as a cover for the wall.
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Coping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cope • (n.) The highest or covering course of masonry in a wall, often with sloping edges to carry off water; -- sometimes called capping.
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coping

cope noun brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall
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Coping

[architecture] Coping (from cope, Latin capa), consists of the capping or covering of a wall. A splayed or wedge coping slopes in a single direction; a saddle coping slopes to either side of a central high point. A coping may consist of stone (capstone), brick, tile, slate, metal, wood or thatch. In all cases it should be weathered to throw...
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Coping

[psychology] In psychology, coping is expending conscious effort to solve personal and interpersonal problems, and seeking to master, minimize or tolerate stress or conflict. The effectiveness of the coping efforts depend on the type of stress and/or conflict, the particular individual, and the circumstances. Psychological coping mechanisms...
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Coping

Cop'ing noun [ See Cope , noun ] (Architecture) The highest or covering course of masonry in a wall, often with sloping edges to carry off water; -- sometimes called capping . Gwill.
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coping

1. A thin metal covering or cap. ... 2. An adaptive or otherwise successful method of dealing with individual or environmental situations that involve psychologic or physiologic stress or threat. ... Transfer coping, in dentistry, a metallic, acrylic resin or other covering or cap used to position a die in an impression. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Coping

1. The tile around the outer edge of a swimming pool at the water line. 2. The flat portion at the t
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Coping

A cap or covering course on top of a masonry wall. Designed to shed water, protect the top, and provide a finished, closed appearance to the wall.
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Coping

A cap or covering course on top of masonry wall. Designed to shed water, protect the top and provide a finished, closed appearance to the wall. Commonly extended beyond the wall face and incorporating a drip. SECSingle edge coping; DECDouble edge coping.
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Coping

A capping layer on top of masonry to protect it and to shed water. Can be many materials including brick, stone, slate, ceramic tiles etc.;
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coping

A construction unit placed at the top of the parapet wall to serve as a cover for the wall.
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coping

a course of stone, concrete, etc. at the top of a wall
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Coping

A Flat stone used as a cap on free-standing walls. The materials or masonry units used to form the finished top of a wall, pier, chimney or pilaster to protect the masonry below from water penetration.
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Coping

A protective cap, top, or cover of a wall parapet, commonly sloping to protect masonry from water
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Coping

A protective finish to the top of a wall.
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coping

A thin covering of the coronal portion of the tooth usually without anatomic conformity. Custom made or pre-fabricated thimble-shaped core or base layer designed to fit over a natural tooth preparation, a post core, or implant abutment so as to act as a substructure onto which other components can be added to give final form to a restoration or pro...
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Coping

Coping is the highest or covering course of masonry in a wall, often with sloping edges to carry off water. It is sometimes called capping.
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Coping

Covering stones.
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Coping

Covering stones.
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coping

highest or covering course of masonry in a wall, often with sloping edges to carry off water.
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Coping

Metal railings on top of a vert ramp.
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Coping

Protective finish to the top of a wall
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COPING

The capping at the top of a wall for protection from weather elements.
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