sash cord


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sash cord

n
(Building) a strong cord connecting a sash weight to a sliding sash
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Noun1.sash cord - a strong cord connecting a sash weight to a sliding sash
cord - a line made of twisted fibers or threads; "the bundle was tied with a cord"
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Detectives have also been unable to connect anyone with a bloodstained glove found at the murder scene, together with a length of cord similar to a window sash cord.
The three-bedroom house has central heating and sash cord windows.
Harry and Jane Tidswell used the same long window sash cord slung over a bannister to kill themselves.
In the early '90s he made a series of paintings of the desert, depicting highly geometrized cacti, made from lattices of sash cord strung through wooden frames like some crazy tennis racket.
He said: "We are like a sash cord window with no cord.
Mike turned some 6mm MDF, cheap sash cord, and recovered poles in to eye-catchin g wall hangings, and when hearing that the residents' biggest grumbles were feet on the furniture; ran up a fetching shoe-rack out of some reclaimed timber and broom handles.
You'll never again have to "prop up the summer breeze" with a stick, or stir up the mouse nests in an old sash casement as you fish around after an iron sash weight lost when a brittle old sash cord snapped.