pine end

pine end

n
(Architecture) dialect the gable or gable end of a building
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In recent weeks, I have been collecting more quotes in response to a rather large damp issue in my pine end wall.
Screwed to the beams, 6-inch pine end blocks anchor each shelf; a redwood slat between the blocks helps support the glass.
Seasa Katramanos has applied to retain a taxi radio control room and an aerial to the pine end of the old Vaughan's laundry in Llandaff Road.
My brother never listened to music his entire life and what few albums he's got I've given to him, but our cousin used to keep a drum kit around our nan's house and, because it's a pine end, Brennig could bash away on it without annoying her neighbours," he says.
It even includes a giant web address along the house's pine end.
What prospective purchaser would ever buy it when looking like the pine end of a block of council flats?