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“Everything that makes this the go-to tool bag among construction pros also makes it the ideal trunk-bag for the rest of us: a steel-frame hinged opening, industrial-grade canvas body, riveted leather handles and a vinyl-reinforced bottom.”
“Older steel-frame buildings actually offer an advantage over newer concrete buildings because their frames serve as conductors.”
“Bank spokeswoman Cheri Gillian said the steel-frame building is considered structurally sound, but the bank will remain closed – possibly operating out of a nearby church – until someone can inspect it.”
“Tom Dixon's steel-frame Bulb chandelier £2,260 creates a constellation of naked energy-efficient bulbs.”
“While Allied factories had the advantage of General Electric's patent for fluorescent lighting, making vast windowless sheds safer from air raids and more efficient, the Germans, who generally preferred Neoclassical designs even for bomb shelters, also went for a modern steel-frame aesthetic in their factories.”
“There are examples of fires raging for over 20 hours in steel-frame buildings without bring them down.”
“So-called moment-resisting frames join columns and beams in a way that absorbs the energy of a temblor, whereas steel-frame bracing, such as the X-shaped grid on the exterior of Chicago's John Hancock building, also absorb lateral forces.”
“In the northern US, wooden barns are common; in the desert Southwest, steel-frame structures are pretty much the standard.”
“A steel-frame single bed with a thin mattress, a little bedside table, and that was about it.”
“In the 1930s, steel-frame light towers allowed Rickwood to become the first minor league park with night baseball.”
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