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  • n. Plural form of weatherstrip.


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  • Frost is such a powerful disinfectant, that in very cold nights the lung-poisoning atmosphere of few houses can resist its purifying influence; in spite of padded doors, in spite of "weatherstrips" and double windows, it reduces the indoor temperature enough to paralyze the floating disease germs.

    Hygienic Physiology : with Special Reference to the Use of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics

  • She don't own that house; she only rents it, and the next time I go I'll have an order from the agent to put in weatherstrips or clean the chimneys and grates.

    The Fifth Ace

  • But why had she spoken to him of double weatherstrips at the doors and windows, of hangings on the walls, of thick curtains?

    Conscience — Complete

  • So will caulking around the exterior of windows and doors and replacing the weatherstrips of exterior doors.

    The Seattle Times

  • Also small cracks, leaks in weatherstrips etc should be eliminated.

    SharePoint Magazine

  • And it's reducing energy savings that could be had if insulation, caulk, weatherstrips etc. were in place to the greatest extent possible before it gets cold. said about David-Bacon in February:

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