Definition of Sash line
1. Noun. A strong cord connecting a sash weight to a sliding sash.
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Literary usage of Sash line
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"He is furnished with sash-line, which is made of tho lit'.it flax well plaited together, tacks, and iron or lead weights, which are generally made ..."
2. Iron edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1854)
"С is part of the sash-frame, I the sash-line knotted at its lower end, the other end passing over the sash-pulley, ar.d being secured to the sash-weight in ..."
3. The Mechanics' Magazine (1854)
"С is part of the sash-frame, I the sash-line knotted at its lower end, the other end passing over the sash-pulley, and being secured to the sash-weight in ..."
4. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"(See sash line.) SASH FASTENER. Same as Sash Holder. SASH FRAME. ... sash line. The cord, chain, or metal ribbon by which the sliding sash is attached to ..."
5. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1838)
"the sash line« having rings fas- ,o them to hook on to or off1 the Fa screw ... These will take that both sashes can be taken e room and the sash line ..."
6. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1808)
"The articles at present manufactured in the school, are shoemaker's thread, fine and coarse thread, window sash- line, and clothes-line, (of a peculiar ..."
7. Treatise on Architecture, Including the Arts of Construction, Building by William Hosking, Arthur Ashpitel, Thomas Tredgold, Thomas Young, John Robinson (1867)
"When sashes have been fitted, a plough groove, wide and deep enough to receive the sash-line, is made in the outer edges of the styles, for about two-thirds ..."