Angle bead

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(Arch.) a bead worked on or fixed to the angle of any architectural work, esp. for protecting an angle of a wall.

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The contract Mainly Involves structural works (eg: demolition and reconstruction of walls, built of reinforced-concrete walls) and metalwork (for example: Installation of flats, angle beads and mesh made of steel) with the aim of Strengthening the resistance of the walls of a European Commission building.
6 As the edges of the lining are exposed, angle beads are best used to protect the external corners and they will also produce a neat finish to the corners.
'M always cock-a-hoop whenI see my dear friend Tania walk through the pub door on Saturday night as by that time I've had just about as much as I can take of angle beads and pink finish.Don't get me wrong.