siding, railroad siding, turnout, sidetracknoun
a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass
material applied to the outside of a building to make it weatherproof
A building material which covers and protects the sides of a house or other building (called cladding in the UK).
Ugh. If there's one thing I can't stand it's cheesy vinyl siding.
A second, relatively short length of track just to the side of a railroad track, joined to the main track by switches at one or both ends, used either for unloading freight, or to allow two trains on a same track to meet (opposite directions) or pass (same direction).
attaching one's self to a party
a side track, as a railroad; a turnout
the covering of the outside wall of a frame house, whether made of weatherboards, vertical boarding with cleats, shingles, or the like
the thickness of a rib or timber, measured, at right angles with its side, across the curved edge; as, a timber having a siding of ten inches
Siding is the outer covering or cladding of a house meant to shed water and protect from the effects of weather. On a building that uses siding, it may act as a key element in the aesthetic beauty of the structure and directly influence its property value. Siding may be formed of horizontal or vertical boards, shingles, or sheet materials. In all four cases, avoiding wind and rain infiltration through the joints is a major challenge, met by overlapping, by covering or sealing the joint, or by creating an interlocking joint such as a tongue and groove or rabbet. Since building materials expand and contract with changing temperature and humidity, it is not practical to make rigid joints between the siding elements. Siding may be made of wood, metal, plastic, masonry, or composite materials. It may be attached directly to the building structure, or to an intermediate layer of wood called sheathing.
The numerical value of siding in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of siding in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
If they’re siding with Assad, it’s not so that they can kill IS, it’s so they can fight against the anti-regime forces.
CSX had lined and padlocked the switch off the mainline to the siding, causing the collision.
If someone moves out today, you'll have someone inside tonight stripping the siding, stealing the pipes, taking the bathtub.
He’s a criminal, he’s a criminal and he’s hiding in Russia, and he’s lecturing to us about the evils of authoritarian government, while he lives under the protective umbrella of Vladimir Putin, that’s who Mike Lee and Rand Paul are siding with – with Edward Snowden? Come on.
Your support and siding with invaders is like the work of those abhorrent faces who in our past history supported the Britons and the Soviets.
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