Definitions for a-frameˈeɪˌfreɪm
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an architectural structure, in the shape of an "A", having two straight sides meeting at the top.
An A-frame is a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner. The simplest form of an A-frame is two similarly sized beams, arranged in a 45-degree or less angle, attached at the top. These materials are often wooden or steel beams attached at the top by rope, welding, gluing, or riveting. Because they have only two "legs", A-frames are usually set up in rows so that they can have good stability. A saw horse is a good example of this structure. More complex structures will have a crossmember connecting the two materials in the middle to prevent the legs from bowing outwards under load, giving the structure the appearance of the capital letter A.
The numerical value of a-frame in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of a-frame in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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This is not opening the door, it is destroying the door frame.
They are working on research we expect to apply within a three-year time frame.
Art consists of limitation. The most beautiful part of every picture is the frame.
I think there will be many uses for a fuel-efficient aircraft around that time frame.
How little do they see what is, who frame their hasty judgments upon that which seems.
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