Sill

The main horizontal member forming the bottom of the frame of a window or door.

Sill

An flat metal bar screwed to the bottom of a door flat to secure it to the stage.

sill

n. A sheet-like igneous intrusion that parallels the plane of the surrounding rock.
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Sill

Lower horizontal face of an opening.
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sill

[n] - (geology) a flat (usually horizontal) mass of igneous rock between two layers of older sedimentary rock 2. [n] - structural member consisting of a continuous horizontal timber forming the lowest member of a framework or supporting structure
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Sill

Essentially horizontal, sheet-like igneous intrusion usually between two sedimentary beds, may be hundreds of metres thick.
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Sill

See cill
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Sill

Bottom horizontal member of a door or window frame
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Sill

The bottom horizontal member of a window or door frame.
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Sill

The lowest member of the frame of a structure, resting on the foundation and supporting the floor joists or the uprights of the wall. The member forming the lower side of an opening, as in a door sill, window sill, etc.
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Sill

The lower horizontal part of a window or door frame.
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Sill

Sill noun [ Middle English sille , sylle , Anglo-Saxon syl , syll ; akin to German schwelle , Old High German swelli , Icelandic syll , svill , Swedish syll , Danish syld , Goth. gasuljan to lay a foundation, to found.] ...
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sill

noun structural member consisting of a continuous horizontal timber forming the lowest member of a framework or supporting structure
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Sill

• (n.) The basis or foundation of a thing; especially, a horizontal piece, as a timber, which forms the lower member of a frame, or supports a structure; as, the sills of a house, of a bridge, of a loom, and the like. • (n.) The timber or stone on which a window frame stands; or, the lowest piece in a window frame. • (n.) A piece of ...
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sill

tabular igneous intrusion emplaced parallel to the bedding of the enclosing rock. Although they may have vertical to horizontal orientations, nearly ... [5 related articles]
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Sill

A crosswise member at the top of an abutment or pier that supports the stringers, beams, or trusses of a bridge or boardwalk.
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Sill

In architecture, a sill or cill or sole is the horizontal piece of timber or
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Sill

Horizontal planes of igneous rock that run parallel to the grain of the original rock deposits.They form when magma enters and cools in bedding planes found within the crust. Also see intrusive igneous rock.
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sill

lowest horizontal member of a window frame or partition
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Sill

The bottom member of a framing system.
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Sill

- (1) The 2 X 4 or 2 X 6 wood plate framing member that lays flat against and bolted to the foundation wall (with anchor bolts) and upon which the floor joists are installed. Normally the sill plate is treated lumber. (2) The member forming the lower side of an opening, as a door sill or window sill.
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Sill

The threshold of a door opening. Most sills include grooves to guide the bottom of the car or hoistway door. ThyssenKrupp Elevator offers a Freedom sill, which is grooveless and is guided from under the sill. Sills extend the full width of the door travel.
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sill

The bottom member of a door or window frame. It is usually angled to shed water
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sill

A tabular, parallel-sided sheet of igneous rock, formed underground, that is parallel to the layered rocks around it. Sills may be from under 1 cm to over 100 m thick and perhaps hundreds of kilometers wide.
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Sill

Sill is a geological term for a sheet of igneous rock intruded into overlaying beds and lying nearly horizontal over a large area.
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