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“This woodsy-yet-modern home has an a-frame beam ceiling, hardwood floors, and wood-framed sliding doors.”
“LOVED the fire department. did you have the a-frame?”
“I grew up in kansas and on our block we had a pre-cut two story high log cabin, a pre-cut a-frame kit and a nieghbor that had full solar power.”
“Take your time with the initial set up, and try setting it up underneath a tree because using leaves to cover the very top of your a-frame can be quite difficult, and the tree cover helps to block possible rain.”
“Brooklyn Paper reported over the weekend that the government has started to crack down on sidewalk sandwich-board signs, those a-frame, folding jobbies that shops put out in front of their stores in hopes of attracting shoppers.”
“And I could see the bit of sunlight in between the water line and this a-frame house.”
“Pre-Printed Disposable Heroes are paper miniatures already printed in full-color, a-frame format on quality cardstock.”
“I spend a lot of time ironing sports bras, a-frame shirts and jeans, and running dildos through the dishwasher.”
“The proposed changes to the city's code outline height and width requirements for the various forms of temporary signs, including the permitted materials for an a-frame sign and where one can be placed no more than five feet from the public entrance and no more than three feet away from the building of the business.”
“Nice Ultimate brand 2-tier a-frame keyboard stand.”
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