headrail

headrail

(ˈhɛdˌreɪl)
n
(Billiards & Snooker) billiards snooker the end of the table from which play is started, nearest the baulkline
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Many of them went forward, perching upon the headrails or running out upon the bowsprit, while others seated themselves upon the taffrail, or reclined at full length upon the boats.
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Silhouette A Deux shadings combines an independently operating room-darkening roller shade with a translucent Silhouette shading in one headrail.
No hinges are seen on our doors as these are pivoted from the headrail.
Most Roman blinds need to be dry-cleaned so make sure you remove the blind from the headrail with care and take out the horizontal rods and bottom bar.
The company offers a fabric make-up service and a useful Velcro headrail attachment, so the fabric can easily be removed from the blind for cleaning.
This gives you maximum control since it doesn't only go up and down from the headrail," Mathews said.
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And rather than the standard box-like headrail of most such apparatuses, this one has a louver-type headrail also, Leddy says.
FMVSS regulations for frontal, side, head, and neck impact protection are causing OEMs to incorporate more energy-absorbing polyurethane foams for interior applications, including pillar and headrail trim, knee, shoulder and hip bolsters, and for applications utilizing structurally reinforced rigid polyurethanes.
That's because its contoured rolled-steel headrail echoes the slats, curves and requires no valence, while the contoured bottom rail gives the illusion of being just another slat.