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The building survived intact until 1935, when a new front was built with plain red brick and wide casement windows.
Inside, a dramatic double-height living room takes center stage, where a two-story wall of steel casement windows frame views of 30-foot trees and gorgeous gardens.
Roy’s Fish and Chips, in a square converted from military casements, is a good, ahem, perch for watching the bustle of Gibraltar, which can sometimes be overrun by cruise ship day-trippers.
Here, a wall with 11-foot-tall industrial casement windows opening onto dramatic cityscapes contrasts with other walls covered in contemporary art.
Most units are meant to fit in double-hung windows, but there are models designed for casement windows as well.
Light streams in from the oversize casement windows in each and, in the bathrooms, claw foot soaking tubs and classic white subway tile lend a note of historical elegance.
Felt is used as a compression weatherstripping around the inside of double-hung, casement, and sliding windows.
On casement or sliding windows, V-seal is installed along the vertical side jamb where the sash closes.
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Origin and Etymology of casement
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of casement for English Language Learners
: a window that opens on hinges like a door
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