Roof

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gable roof   (techo a dos aguas)

It has a gable roof and sits on a stone foundation.

It has a gable roof and interior end stone chimney.

It features a false front in front of a gable roof.

hipped roof   (techo a dos aguas)

The front facade features a hipped roof portico.

It has a tile hipped roof with modillioned eave.

The wings each feature a hipped roof of asphalt tiles.

gabled roof   (techo a dos aguas)

It has rectangular doors and windows and a gabled roof.

It has a gabled roof and stuccoed, half timber façades.

A large two-storey brick residence with a slate gabled roof.

hip roof   (techo de cadera)

The hall has a double-eave gable and hip roof ().

The Hall of Shanmen is a gable and hip roof building.

The house has a hip roof supported with paired brackets.

slate roof   (tejado de pizarra)

The walls are built from rubble, with a slate roof.

There is a slate roof with five brick chimneys.

St Thomas' is constructed in stone with a slate roof.

flat roof   (tejado plano)

It has a flat roof, where guns were mounted.

It has a flat roof and a brick parapet with terra cotta.

It has a two-story, rear kitchen addition with a flat roof.

mansard roof

It has a mansard roof in the Second Empire style.

In c. 1870 the mansard roof and third floor were added.

Each interior bay has a decorative mansard roof of clay tile.

iron roof

It has a hipped corrugated iron roof with decorative timber eaves brackets.

The corrugated iron roof, originally shingled, has two scalloped barge boards, which may have also replaced the original pattern.

It is a painted timber building with a hip and gabled galvanised iron roof, and a skillion extension on the Carlingford (Up) end of the building.

pitched roof

The pitched roof is covered with artificial slates.

There is evidence of a high pitched roof traced on the tower.

The keep is topped by a pitched roof with crow stepped gables.

roof tiles

The roof is covered in traditional Azorean half-cane roof tiles with a simple awning.

Ortega had reportedly purchased roof tiles from the Mission padres after the 1857 earthquake.

Minor repairs to the monastery were carried out in 1800; roof tiles were repaired at this time.

pyramidal roof   (techo piramidal)

The frame third story is topped by a pyramidal roof.

A pyramidal roof brought the full height to .

A stair tower is topped by a pyramidal roof.

new roof

The new roof is a replica of the original structure.

Room 7 was fully reconstructed with a new roof.

The school building had deteriorated and required a new roof.

tiled roof

The stone building has a tiled roof with a small bellcote.

The stone building has Doulting stone dressings and a tiled roof.

The house is of two storeys, built in red brick with a tiled roof.

tile roof   (teja)

Uncoursed ragstone rubble with plain tile roof.

A tile roof similar to the original was also installed.

It is topped by a red tile roof with many dormer windows.

side gable roof   (techo a dos aguas lateral)

It features a central passage, twin end chimneys, and side gable roof.

It is a 2-1/2 story masonry structure, five bays wide, with a side gable roof.

It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, with a side gable roof, central chimney, and clapboarded exterior.

through the roof

That's – anybody who goes on her program immediately benefits through the roof.

He arrives at his new job by crashing through the roof, and he's fired immediately.

When they punished us, they locked us in the house, and we went out through the roof."

roof line

Her head rises above the roof line of the building.

At the roof line, there is a projecting cornice with dentil moulding and modillion blocks.

This variation is reflected in the roof line which looks taller at the wings than the spine.

corrugated iron roof   (techo de hierro corrugado)

It has a hipped corrugated iron roof with decorative timber eaves brackets.

The corrugated iron roof, originally shingled, has two scalloped barge boards, which may have also replaced the original pattern.

Actually, Lötter and his 130-man commando had taken shelter in a nearby 30-by-15 foot stone sheephouse or "kraal", which was topped with a corrugated iron roof.

main roof   (techo principal)

The eave of the main roof is deep and studded with jigsawn brackets.

The extension over the front was covered with red tiles, as was the main roof.

roof structure

The roof structure was supported by sixty wrought-iron columns.

The roof structure is battened to receive shingles below the iron tiles.

The steel structure was completed in June 2005 along with the roof structure.

gambrel roof

It is a small -story frame house with gambrel roof.

It is approximately by with a high gambrel roof.

The house is two and a half stories with a gambrel roof.

metal roof

It has sheet metal siding, a metal roof and stone abutments.

They support 7 thick metal roof deck spans between the roof girders.

This corner building is characterised by its towering peak topped with a metal roof.

glass roof

The entire structure is covered with a glass roof.

The expanded centre was covered in a glass roof.

The glass roof is directly above the single centre platform.

off the roof

After Johnny was thrown off the roof, he passes away.

The episode ends with Richie punching Eddie off the roof.

In 1993 Addison fell off the roof of his house and broke his wrist.

thatched roof

The Taverna has a thatched roof and the floor is of beach sand.

The thatched roof made way for one of corrugated iron very early on.

The first church building was a simple log cabin with a thatched roof.

conical roof   (techo cónico)

It features a conical roof and novelty siding.

It has a massive gable roof and a tower with conical roof.

It has a turret with a conical roof.

retractable roof   (techo retráctil)

The ground would feature a retractable roof.

This is Japan's first stadium built with a retractable roof.

Epic Waters is an indoor water park with a retractable roof.

same roof

Under the same roof are a sauna, garage and small adjoining rooms.

Lee's tranquil Buddhist temple was fashioned under this same roof.

For the first time, all PJHQ agents were gathered under the same roof.

onto the roof

The clerestory windows open onto the roof terrace.

He climbs onto the roof's edge.

The tower was restored in 2009 and visitors can climb up onto the roof terrace.

green roof

The roof of the building serves as a green roof.

A green roof captures precipitation and uses the water to grow plants.

There are also of outdoor space with a staircase leading to a green roof.

roof supported

The house has a hip roof supported with paired brackets.

The front porch extends across the entire front, its hip roof supported by fluted Doric columns.

A flight of stairs leads up to the entrance which is sheltered by a roof supported by granite columns.

skull roof   (techo de calavera)

The outer edge of each parietal bone contacts a large hole on each side of the skull roof.

There was a ridge along the back of the skull roof for muscle attachment, as is also seen in tyrannosaurids.

Bony fishes have additional dermal bone, forming a more or less coherent skull roof in lungfish and holost fish.

roof clad

It has a steeply pitched gable roof clad with asphalt shingles.

The building has a gabled roof clad in modern cliplock roofing with 3 gable ends (east-west, and one facing the platforms to the south).

The Motor Transport Building is a brick and timber-framed structure with a concrete slab floor and a skillion roof clad in profiled-metal sheets.

roof and clapboarded

It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, with a hip roof and clapboarded exterior.

It is a 2-1/2 story T-shaped structure, with a gabled roof and clapboarded exterior.

It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, with a gabled roof and clapboarded exterior.

roof damage   (daños en el techo)

The combination of the winds and storm surge flooding damaged 70% of the buildings in the territory, many of which with moderate roof damage.

Two hotels sustained roof damage, downed treed knocked down power lines causing scattered power outages, and the rough seas caused severe beach erosion.

Blackwater, near Emerald in Central Queensland, was hit hard by the third storm, with 20 houses sustaining roof damage and up to 100 more were damaged in some way.

wooden roof

Over bulk is newly poured concrete slab cassette and over it was built wooden roof covered with tiles.

There was no ventilation, the wooden roof had not been replaced, and the cell doors still unlocked individually.

These difficulties did not, of course, exist for buildings constructed with stone walls surmounted by a light wooden roof.

shed roof

The front entrance is covered by a slate-covered shed roof.

It has a brick parapet and a shed roof.

A shed roof covers the back porch.

roof trusses

The roof trusses are typically Chinese, decorated with carvings and simple brackets.

Principal construction materials are brick with roof trusses supported on concrete columns.

Instead, in wooden synagogues the vaulting and domes are suspended by elaborate roof trusses.

skillion roof

The Platform 4 (north) awning is on cast iron posts with decorative cast iron brackets and framing, with a corrugated steel skillion roof.

The Motor Transport Building is a brick and timber-framed structure with a concrete slab floor and a skillion roof clad in profiled-metal sheets.

The south awning to the platform building has a corrugated steel skillion roof, cast iron brackets and posts with very elaborate stucco wall brackets.

roof above

A shed dormer projects from the roof above.

A tall clock tower rises from the slate roof above the principal facade.

The grand roof above the main entrance is a shelter to show care for library-users.

timber roof

(), replaced the timber roof, beams and steel staircases with concrete ones.

The nave has an open timber roof, supported by space trusses, while close spaced trusses span the sanctuary.

The L-shaped structure is divided into office space and a by hall-like space with exposed timber roof framing.

shingle roof   (techo de tejas)

In one location the shingle roof has survived.

The rear vestry has a hipped shingle roof.

It is a one-story brick, laid in Flemish bond, building with a wood shingle roof.

roof collapsed

During the raid, part of the temple roof collapsed.

After the cave cooled, a section of its roof collapsed.

The fire spread to the fourth floor, and the roof collapsed.

pitched gable roof

It has a low pitched gable roof topped by a weathervane.

It has a steeply pitched gable roof clad with asphalt shingles.

It is an 18th-century original -story brick shell laid in Flemish bond with a steeply pitched gable roof.