Nogging

• (v. t.) Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building. • (v. t.) Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.
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nogging

noun rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame
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Nogging

Nog'ging noun [ From Nog , transitive verb ] Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.
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Nogging

a nog was always a wooden brick, but the term is now frequently used to describe any small piece of wood. Nogging is the infilling between timber frames, in brick, either in horizontal bonds, chevron or herring-bone patterns, but the term is now often used to describe any material used for ...
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nogging

A short horizontal timber strut fixed between studs or joists in framed construction to provide lateral stiffening and intermediate fixing points for cladding or lining
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Nogging

Nogging is rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.
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Nogging

Short cross-pieces of timber used to brace studs.
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Nogging

Short cross-pieces of timber used to brace studs.
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Nogging

Short wooden stiffeners inserted between joists
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Nogging

Short wooden stiffeners inserted between joists.
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nogging

[n] - rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame
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