Roof terms refer to word or expression; specifically, one that has a precisely limited meaning in certain relations and uses,
as in roofs. Example of roof terms are roof collapse, roof shading, tiled toof, roof shapes, Hip roof, etc.
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roof (Roof refers to a protective covering that covers ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): roofer, roofs
Truss - refers to a framework of beams forming a rigid structure
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Forming (Forming is described as the plastic deformation ...)
roof (Roof refers to a protective covering that covers ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): roofer, roofs, Trusses
Roof type refers to the form or character impressed; style; or semblance of roof. Examples of roof type are Hip roof - a type of roof containing sloping planes of the same pitch on each of four sides; Mansard roof - a type of roof containing two sloping planes of different pitch on each of four sides. The lower plane has a much steeper pitch than the upper, often aproaching vertical; Gable roof - a type of roof containing sloping planes of the same pitch on each side of the ridge. Contains a gable at each end ; and Gambrel roof - a type of roof containing two sloping planes of different pitch on each side of the ridge. The lower plane has a steeper slope than the upper. Contains a gable at each end.
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Character (Character refers to a letter, digit or other ...)
roof (Roof refers to a protective covering that covers ...)

A window in a the building component enclosing a building above, thus providing a weatherproof shelter to admit daylight
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roof (Roof refers to a protective covering that covers ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Skylights
Roof-painting work refers to coating , spraying and coloring of roof.
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roof (Roof refers to a protective covering that covers ...)
Arbeit (Wird ein K?rper durch eine Kraft auf einem ...)
Paint (Paint refers to a substance used as a coating to ...)
Capacity (Capacity refers to the maximum number of ...)
Coloring (Coloring agent pertains to colored aggregates ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): workers

The term roofer (also roof mechanic, roof carpenter) refers to a construction worker who specializes in the construction and maintenance of the roof of a structure. Roofers may be classified into four different types, depending on their specialty.

Roofing refers to material used to construct a building component enclosing a building above, thus providing a weatherproof shelter

-see also:
"Roofing" is in the NAICS Code "238160"
  (Roofing ContractorsRoofing contractors)


"Roofing" is in the CPC Code "5453"
  Roofing and waterproofing services

"Roofing" is in the HS Code "6905"
  Roofing Tiles, Chimney-Pots, Cowls, Chimney Liners, Architectural Ornaments And Other Ceramic Constr

"Roofing" is in the UNSPSC Code "30151500"
  Roofing materials
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roof foil; roofing foil (roof -the protective covering that covers or ...)
roofing work (work - Exertion of strength or faculties; ...)
roof flashing (roof flashing can refer to the weatherproofing ...)
Roofing mortar (Mortar Roof - A mortar round is a projectile ...)
roofing trade (The commercial exchange (buying and selling on ...)

Mortar Roof - A mortar round is a projectile which is fired with a very high trajectory and drops almost vertically onto its target before exploding. It has a fuse which is usually detonated on impact, sometimes with a time delay. If it lands on the ground it provides blast pressure and shoots off shrapnel all round to a lethal radius of about 40 metres. If it lands on a soft building, the effect can be worse: the roofing material is splintered and adds to the shrapnel, and the enclosure in the building can make the effect more lethal; or the structure itself can collapse, killing the occupants. A Mortar Roof has a steel skin at a standoff, which detonates the round. The shrapnel still shoots on downwards, and this is stopped by a concrete skin underneath. Under the concrete skin is a metal anti spall skin, which largely contains any pulverised concrete fragments from shooting downwards. The assembly is carried on steel frames, which will not be destroyed by the blast pressure. Underneath this Mortar Roof is the normal soft-skinned building, which will probably stop any remaining fragments as well as provide the climatic enclosure.
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roof (Roof refers to a protective covering that covers ...)
roofing (roofing refers to material used to construct a ...)

The commercial exchange (buying and selling on domestic or international markets) of the material used to construct a building component enclosing a building above, thus providing a weatherproof shelter
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Commercial (Commercials (Eigenh?ndler) sind B?rsenteilnehmer, ...)
roofing (roofing refers to material used to construct a ...)
Commercial exchange (Trade means the commercial exchange (buying and ...)

Work - Exertion of strength or faculties; physical or intellectual effort directed to an end; industrial activity; toil; employment; sometimes, specifically, physical labor.
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Arbeit (Wird ein K?rper durch eine Kraft auf einem ...)
Arbeit (Wird ein K?rper durch eine Kraft auf einem ...)
roofing (roofing refers to material used to construct a ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Roofings, workers

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