hood mould


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hood mould

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hoodmold

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(Architecture) another name for dripstone2
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Window elements: 36 St window elements of steel and glass each about 8 m2 with 2 Drehfgel and 1 blanking panel; 30 pcs separate sound absorbing; 7 St window elements Plastic 1 tilt-turn; 4 St cantilevered glass boxes of steel and glass including stop construction, interior trim and Hood Mould.
Leaving aside the fact that the Chancellor no doubt sees himself more in the Robin Hood mould - taking from the rich, giving to the poor - it will be interesting to study the other characters.
Heathlands dates from the early 1800's and has splendid architecture with mellow brick elevations featuring lovely stonework including mullioned windows, hood moulds and castellated bays.