upstand


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upstand

(ʌpˈstænd)
vb (intr)
to rise to one's feet; stand up
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LOCHEARNHEAD Installation of one upstand for electric vehicle charging at The Sheiling, Lochearnhead, for Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Splashbacks can also be matched to a glass upstand, which protects the walls above the rest of the kitchen worktop.
While I took my daily stroll on the new north Manama Bridge, going towards Diplomatic Area, I saw cracks about 4mm wide every two or three feet on the upstand beam that supports the crash barriers.
Upstand metering can be configured to show Automixer attenuation alongside signal level on each path.
Can you advise the best way to fix upstand strips that match the worktops?
Four shapes (square, quadrant, pentangle and rectangle), twelve sizes and four upstand combinations are available.
He complains that, among other things, North Star had the structure made of brick - not cast and wrought iron, as it should have been - and the upstand should have been higher.
Much of its bulk is, in fact, excavated into the hillside, so that the roof becomes part of the terrain, a grass-covered plateau edged with a minimal upstand to prevent mishaps.
They're good, upstanding men in a place where good men don't tend to upstand for too long.
Make sure your pelmet is sitting correctly to the upstand and flat to the base of your mitre saw, before you start cutting.
| Edwardian basin with upstand, PS195, Frontline Bathrooms (www.frontlinebathrooms.co.uk) | Edwardian basin with upstand, PS195, Frontline Bathrooms (www.frontlinebathrooms.co.uk)