ridge tile

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Noun1.ridge tile - a decorative tile that is bent in cross sectionridge tile - a decorative tile that is bent in cross section; used to cover the ridge of a roof
roofing tile, tile - a thin flat slab of fired clay used for roofing
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The ladders were now applied, and mounted by several men; which the monkey observing, and finding himself almost encompassed, not being able to make speed enough with his three legs, let me drop on a ridge tile, and made his escape.
They discovered that the work Raybone had carried out, which included some ridge tile repointing, replacing of lead flashing and facias and guttering work was partly unnecessary, poorly done and vastly overcharged.
He said a ridge tile was genuinely missing, but accepted he was not qualified to do the work and forceful tactics had been used to get the money.
This sculpture had been roughly cemented onto a generic earthenware ridge tile (FIG 1), and at some point during the last ninety years, it had been mounted onto a rooftop near St.
Formerly with Esprit de Corps in San Francisco, Livingston has her own line of tile work, Metolius Ridge Tile, and produces fine art pieces, too.
"At least one car was damaged and a ridge tile burred a big hole in the bonnet of a car.
The employee was asked to repair a broken ridge tile on the roof of a bungalow on Fylde Road in Southport but fell and was found on the ground by the tenant, who called for an ambulance.
John Bates, head of acquisitions for Whitbread Hotels and Restaurants, was given the task of laying the last ridge tile at the topping out ceremony last week.
Five blokes in a van came to me after seeing a ridge tile had come loose in the wind - one guy said 'We'll just get the ladder off the van and fix it'.
A Kirklees Council spokeswoman said: "Building Control are assessing the damage to masonry and also ridge tile damage at Yates."
At Winchester crown court yesterday Judge John Dixon told Williams, of Poole, Dorset: "If it was in my power I would get you to replace every bodged ridge tile you put in those houses."