lintel : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n horizontal beam used as a finishing piece over a door or window
- But what could be mistaken for an affectation is actually a ritual of concentration that is performed on something as simple as the way a lintel rests on an ancient pillar or as .
- Kojan's kitchen lintel is decorated with a radiant succubus motif, and when I ask the legend behind it in which a hunter is seduced and eaten by a beautiful spirit Calvin .
- DUCK YOU HEADLOWLA BRIDGIDA! reads the sign on a Grand Canal ponte, just before one of Friz Freleng's manic critters slams into the lintel at full frontal force.
News & Articles
- Former Fort Washington Elementary School building to be razed
“Make that spark of learning grow.” The lintel above the entrance to the old Fort Washington Elementary School may bring a bit of an emotional tug to the heartstrings of educators who strive year in and year out to do just that. And with the school at Madison and Prospect avenues in Fort Washington slated for the wrecking ball this month, the Upper Dublin School District was hoping to save it ...
July 19, 2013 - The Ambler Gazette
- Nic Robertson in CNN International
Robertson said: "The hole is really small inside. It is concrete and mud on the walls, with a wood lintel and wood around the top of the frame. It would not have been very easy to get in and out of. Saddam came with his hands up. He said: 'I am...