See also:objects resembling the projecting
See also:line of an animal's back, such as the
See also:strip of
See also:soil thrown up by a plough between furrows, the elevations or protuberances on bones which serve for the
See also:attachment of muscles or ligaments, &c . In architecture the
See also:ridge (Fr. faite, crfte; Gr . First; Ital. asinello) is the highest portion of a roof, which is covered with lead,
See also:slate, or tiles, and some-times decorated with a cresting in terra-cotta or
See also:work . The
See also:term is also applied to the
See also:meeting of the
See also:common rafters on each side of a roof, which are sometimes butted against an upright
See also:board known as the ridge-piece . For the ridge-
See also:rib see RIB .
RIDDLES (A.S. raedan, to interpret)
WILLIAM PETT RIDGE (1864- )
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