Deck molding

(Arch.) the molded finish of the edge of a deck, making the junction with the lower slope of the roof.

See also: Deck

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He supervised work on the hull and deck of a JS 9000 yacht using a hull and deck molding that Boldgold had obtained from the second Defendant, T.
Late in 2002, Plaintiff had given Rogers the hull and deck molding which he later sold to Boldgold.
Relevantly, the lower court enjoined Defendants from reproducing or authorizing the reproduction in a material form of an object identified as "the Plug" and from manufacturing, or procuring the manufacture of, any mold using the JS 9000 hull and deck molding. The Plug was a hand-crafted full scale model of the hull and deck sections of what became the finished JS 9000 yacht.
In this Court, Plaintiff's counsel conceded that the only relevant artistic works which could be works of "artistic craftsmanship" under the ACA were the Plug and the final hull and deck molding for the Bateau Rouge; Plaintiff could seek no wider injunctive relief under the ACA.