ashlaring


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ashlaring

(ˈæʃlərɪŋ)
n
1. (Building) ashlars collectively
2. (Building) a number of short upright boards forming the wall of a garret, cutting off the acute angle between the rafters and the floor
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Andrew's, Caledon East, Ont., the church was constructed of local fieldstone employing a stonemason's technique of square-cutting stones called "ashlaring."