headrail

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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.
These are often paired with full-length custom drapery panels (which do not close), hung on grommets at the side edges of the window and/or fabric headrails along the tops of the windows.
Attach "whisper clips" in a staggered fashion to the other side and clip on the headrails.
The headrails install easily on brackets that are mounted to the ceiling or wall.