ARCH WINDOW COVER. WINDOW COVER
Arch Window Cover. Aluminium Shutter.
Arch Window Cover
- (Window covering) Window coverings are material used to cover a window to manage sunlight, to provide additional weatherproofing, to ensure privacy or for purely decorative purposes.
- (1. window covering) a device that is pulled down to shut out the light from a window
- (used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension
- a curved shape in the vertical plane that spans an opening
- Deliberately or affectedly playful and teasing
- form an arch or curve; "her back arches"; "her hips curve nicely"
Professional WinFX Beta: Covers "Avalon" Windows Presentation Foundation and "Indigo" Windows Communication Foundation (Programmer to Programmer)
Professional WinFX Beta: Covers "Avalon" Windows Presentation Foundation and "Indigo" Windows Communication Foundation
Windows development is about to dramatically change! WinFX is an object-oriented API that will allow you to create applications that take advantage of the exciting features in Windows(r) Vista (previously known as "Longhorn") while remaining compatible with Windows(r)XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003. Written by a team of Microsoft experts, this book introduces you to the pillars of this next-generation operating system, guiding you through the Windows Presentation Foundation (previously known as "Avalon") and the Windows Communication Foundation (previously known as "Indigo").
You'll first learn how to use the new Windows Presentation Foundation to create effective forms, use the XAML markup language, work with 2D and 3D graphics, and see how XAML interoperates with existing Windows Forms technology. Then you'll discover how to build Web Services and improve communication capabilities with the Windows Communication Foundation and architecture. You'll learn how to migrate existing DCOM and .NET remoting applications to Windows Communication Foundation or to make them interoperate with Windows Communication Foundation. Finally you'll work with integrating Microsoft ADO.NET and ASP.NET with Windows Presentation Foundation forms and data in the WinFX framework.
What you will learn from this book
Techniques for creating and deploying WinFX applications from scratch and upgrading your current Windows .NET applications to incorporate WinFX
How to use XAML to build a variety of forms, from simple to complex implementations
Best practices for working with the Windows Presentation Foundation's themes, controls, annotation, and 3D features
To implement secure, reliable messaging and transactions with Windows Communication Foundation and Microsoft Message Queueing
To work with WinFX on any supported platform: Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista
How to develop and implement Web Services using the Windows Communication Foundation
Who this book is for
This book is for the experienced Windows .NET programmer who wants to learn how to develop complex applications using the innovative features of Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft's WinFX beta 1 framework, the Windows Presentation Foundation, and the Windows Communication Foundation.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Triumphal Arch: Chester Terrace - Regent's Park
When I was photographing Nash buildings last year the two triumphal arches were covered in scaffolding, so I returned for this shot.
Grade I listed, Grand palace-style terrace of 37 houses & 5 semi-detached houses. c1825. By John Nash. For the Commissioners of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues. Built by J Burton. Stucco. Slate mansard roofs with attic dormers.
EXTERIOR: the longest unbroken facade in Regent's Park (approx 280m) with an alternating system of bays (ABCBABCBA). At either end projecting pavilion blocks connected to main facade
by thin triumphal arches.
Main Block (Nos 6-38): symmetrical composition of 3 and 4 storeys. 3 windows to each house. "A" bays, screen of 8 free-standing, fluted Corinthian columns supporting an
entablature with modillion cornice above which a recessed attic storey with round-arched windows. Round-arched ground floor openings; architraved heads linked by impost bands.
Recessed doorways with panelled doors and fanlights. Windows with margin glazing. 1st floors with architraved sashes and continuous cast-iron balconies. "B" bays, round-arched ground
floor openings; architraved heads linked by impost bands. Recessed doorways with panelled doors and fanlights. Windows with margin glazing. Architraved 1st and 2nd floor sashes; 1st
floor with continuous cast-iron balcony. Main projecting modillion cornice at 3rd floor level. Cornice and blocking course above 2nd floor. "C" bays, slightly projecting with screen of 6 attached, fluted Corinthian columns supporting an entablature with modillion cornice above which 2 recessed attic storeys with cornice at 3rd floor level and pediment above. Round-arched ground floor openings; architraved heads linked by impost bands. Recessed doorways with panelled doors and fanlights. Windows with margin glazing. 1st & 2nd floors with architraved sashes; 1st floor with continuous cast-iron balcony.
attached cast-iron railings to areas. Linking triumphal arches with round-arched vehicle entrance flanked by pedestrian entrances. Inner elevations with 4 attached Corinthian columns supporting a modillion entablature above which a scrolled frieze, cornice and blocking course. Outer elevations with 4 Corinthian pilasters supporting a modillion entablature with panel inscribed "Chester Terrace", cornice and blocking course British Listed Buildings"
The Swan Inn at Little Chart
The Dering Window – in the 17th century, Sir Edward Dering was a supporter of King Charles I. During the English Civil War, he is said to have escaped his roundhead pursuers by jumping out of a window with a tall relieving arch. (We think the relieving arch must be the window in the middle of the three.) This window then became the symbol of the Dering estate. It was used extensively in the 19th century when building cottages on the family estate around Pluckley by a descendant of Sir Edward. In fact, we noticed two very new houses that had been built with these windows, so it’s nice to see the tradition continuing.
The Greensand Way is a footpath covering about 100 miles through mainly very rural countryside in Surrey and Kent. It follows a route parallel to and south of the North Downs, following a ridge of sandstone (which sometimes looks green because of the presence of the mineral glauconite). Because of Louise’s disability, it’s not possible for us to walk this route, but today we decided to follow the extreme eastern end by car. Our route took us through the villages of Hamstreet, Kingsnorth, Great Chart, Hothfield, Little Chart Forstal, Little Chart and finally Pluckley.
arch window cover
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