(1) The act of applying lath. (2) Various types of lath, which are used in making, plaster walls.
(1) Angular distance, measured in degrees, north or south from the equator. (2) Surveying measure of the angular distance, as measured in degrees, north or south from a fixed point. (3) Freedom from narrow restrictions.
(1) Any sheet metal in thin sheets. (2) Thin, hammered sheets of brass, which were formerly used to make church vessels.
An openwork structure with a pattern of crossed strips or bars of wood or metal, etc. which are sometimes used for screening or support.
A window with diamond-shaped leaded lights or glazing bars arranged like an openwork screen; also, loosely, any hinged window, as distinct from a sash window.
Wood, often mahogany from the Philippines, which is used for interior doors.
Very deep sink used in a laundry room for soaking or washing clothing.
(1) A bathroom sink. (2) The bathroom itself. Sometimes referred to as a half-bath.
Sink, which is also called rim-less, that has no metal ring, but has a built-in lip of the same material which supports it in the vanity top.