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Definition of Ashlaring

Ashlaring
Ashlaring Ash"lar*ing, Ashlering Ash"ler*ing, n. 1. The act of bedding ashlar in mortar. 2. Ashlar when in thin slabs and made to serve merely as a case to the body of the wall. --Brande & C. 3. (Carp.) The short upright pieces between the floor beams and rafters in garrets. See Ashlar, 2.

Meaning of Ashlaring from wikipedia

- building was opened in October 1936. The front of the building is faced with ashlared Bath stone. There are large tiered windows, in reinforced concrete frames...
- aisle were added in the 15th and 16th centuries respectively. The Norman ashlared sandstone chancel was replaced in 1782 with one of brick containing a Palladian...
- stepped up at the ends. Part of the gable face had grooves to suggest ashlared stonework. (The date 1815 used to be faintly legible under the red paint...
- new college in 1546, its walls are now hidden behind the 18th-century ashlaring of the kitchens and combination rooms south of the present Dining Hall...
- Like the piers on the bridge itself, these consist of Brisbane Tuff ashlaring with a bevelled capping piece. The retaining wall between the stair and...
- Street, Richmond 3 bay on street. Low hipped roof. Plastered imitation ashlared walls, fine moulded cornmice. Modern Type of site: House Current use: Commercial...
- Birmingham Canal. The bridge consists of four identical cast iron ribs set on ashlared stone piers containing five flood-relief p****ages apiece in the form of...
- Now theatre and cinema. Dated 1856 on an inscription on the pediment. Ashlared Bath stone in an Italianate style. Single storey with three-bay frontage...
- contrast between "the natural rustication of the ground floor, the flat ashlared courses of the piano nobile and the smooth masonry of the upper storey...
- Carrstonework can be seen in forms such as: random carrstone, coursed carrstone, ashlared carrstone, all with, or without, galleting. Other patterns of use are:...
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