To apply furring.
A form of Gothic tracery in Germany in late 15th and early 16th cent.; made to imitate rustic work with boughs and knots.
A sewer that receives sewage from a relatively small area.
Same as lierne rib.
A length of pipe which has one or more branches.
1. A water supply line which connects one or more fixtures with the main supply, with a riser, or with another branch. 2. A pipe in which fire sprinklers …
A knot in wood formed as a result of two or more branches originating from the same point.
1. A joint taken off a main pipeline. 2. The wiped joint used where one pipe branches from another.
A length of soil stack or waste stack which is usually one story high, but not less than 8 ft (2.4 m), within which the horizontal branches from one …
A fitting used to connect one or more branch pipes to a main pipe.