ceiling vs sealing

ceiling sealing

Definitions

  • 1) The upper limit of an object or action.
  • 2) The surface that bounds the upper limit of a room.
  • 3) mathematics The smallest integer greater than or equal to a given number.
  • 4) aviation The highest altitude at which an aircraft may fly.
  • 5) Nautical The planking applied to the interior framework of a ship.
  • 6) Material used to cover this surface.
  • 7) The altitude of the lowest layer of clouds.
  • 8) The maximum altitude that an aircraft can reach under a given set of conditions, such as a minimum rate of climb.
  • 9) The upper interior surface of a room.
  • 10) An upper limit, especially as set by regulation.
  • 11) The highest altitude under particular weather conditions from which the ground is still visible.
  • 12) Something resembling a ceiling.
  • 13) The inside lining of a room overhead; the under side of the floor above; the upper surface opposite to the floor.
  • 14) See under Camp.
  • 15) Thin narrow boards used to ceil with.
  • 16) (Naut.) The inner planking of a vessel.
  • 17) The lining or finishing of any wall or other surface, with plaster, thin boards, etc.; also, the work when done.
  • 18) maximum altitude at which a plane can fly (under specified conditions)
  • 19) (meteorology) altitude of the lowest layer of clouds
  • 20) the overhead upper surface of a covered space
  • 21) Wainscoting; wainscot.
  • 22) The lining of planks on the inside of a ship's frame.
  • 23) A canopy; hangings; properly, hangings overhead, but by extension also side-hangings; tapestry.
  • 24) The interior overhead surface of an apartment, usually formed of a lining of some kind affixed to the under side of joists supporting the floor above, or to rafters; the horizontal or curved surface of an interior, opposite the floor. In ordinary modern buildings it is usually finished with or formed of lath-and-plaster work.
  • 25) Present participle of ceil.

Definitions

  • 1) Action of the verb to seal in any sense.
  • 2) Hunting of seals (the animals).
  • 3) In the Mormon church, the rite of marriage ‘for eternity’ as opposed to marriage ‘for time.’ Such marriage is binding not only in life, but forever, and may be entered into by a man already married ‘for time,’ and vicariously after his death.
  • 4) The act of impressing with a seal; confirmation by a seal.
  • 5) The operation of catching seals, curing their skins, and obtaining the oil.
  • 6) An impression in clay used to seal vases and other receptacles, examples of which are frequently found in archæological excavations. Very interesting ones have been discovered at Cnosus in Crete.
  • 7) Used for closing securely.
  • 8) Present participle of seal.

Examples

  • 1) All homes will have high ceilings and large windows.
  • 2) Walls, floors, ceilings and furniture are all the same colour.
  • 3) High ceilings, a chef and maid service add to the high-end vibe.
  • 4) I point out all period details from original parquet floors to architectural detail such as columns, beams and high ceilings.
  • 5) The property has its original pub frontage with two doors, atmospheric rooms with beamed ceilings, and a modern kitchen and bathrooms.
  • 6) Dozens of glazed eyes riveted attention somewhere on the floor or ceiling.
  • 7) The rooms have pitched ceilings supported by wooden beams.
  • 8) The decorative plaster ceiling is one of the finest in the country.
  • 9) The rooms have high ceilings and tiled floors.
  • 10) What was left of industry would be supervised and ceilings of production imposed.
  • 11) The visual effect would have been strikingly enhanced if the interior walls and ceiling had been painted.
  • 12) The apartments will have great views and wonderful ceiling heights.
  • 13) Cloud ceiling a couple of feet above my head.
  • 14) The carved wooden ceilings in many of the rooms are outstanding.
  • 15) One alarm was ripped from the ceiling.
  • 16) The high ceilings and large sash windows give all rooms a light and airy feel.
  • 17) Interiors feature beamed ceilings and a linen room.
  • 18) The ceiling heights are quite low.
  • 19) This will be in a striking room in the basement with a 5m ceiling.
  • 20) The sitting room walls and ceiling are painted a dark chalky green, offset by pink armchairs.
  • 21) It drops nearly 20ft from ceiling to floor.
  • 22) The adjacent ensuite also has the double-height ceiling and roof lights.
  • 23) This was where they did all their entertaining, so it had the highest ceilings and tallest windows.
  • 24) They were in good wind now, and sent him slap up to the ceiling first time, against which his knees came rather sharply.
  • 25) The term "ceiling" is supposed to be exactly that; a ceiling. jgg.
  • 26) Telling people how you found Jesus in the paint on your ceiling is the surest way to get yourself blackballed from all future parties but go on a 30-minute explanation of how you have been shooting up pregnant-lady urine to lose weight and everyone is all ears.
  • 27) The shower head in the ceiling is a great idea that brings out beauty in the bathroom.
  • 28) :: The brick used to build a boveda ceiling is a special size brick.
  • 29) The brick used to build a boveda ceiling is a special size brick.
  • 30) : The brick used to build a boveda ceiling is a special size brick.
  • 31) ‘Hard landscape materials are the walls, floors and ceilings of our outdoor rooms.’
  • 32) ‘The traditional Scottish tower house has flagstone floors and a vaulted ceiling in the dining room.’
  • 33) ‘The airy rooms had high ceilings; windows and doors opened onto shady verandahs.’
  • 34) ‘Check the level of insulation in your exterior and basement walls, ceilings, attic, floors, and crawl spaces.’
  • 35) ‘It was the only one with a bathroom - a brand new one, all pink - which occupied one third of a cottage with minute rooms, low ceilings, dirt floors, and no windows.’
  • 36) ‘Since it is on the first floor there are high ceilings and the sitting room has elegant, full-length windows overlooking the square.’
  • 37) ‘Since then the bedroom ceiling has collapsed into the room and the bathroom ceiling is coming down on me as well.’
  • 38) ‘And carefully consider each step before you begin ripping into wall and basement ceilings to make room for that second set of pipes.’
  • 39) ‘The rooms, with high ceilings and parquet floors, have been furnished with flair by the owner, Otto Wiesenthal, and are hung with contemporary art from his private collection.’
  • 40) ‘He restored the brickwork, plastering, floors and ceilings room by room.’
  • 41) ‘All surfaces including walls, windows, ceilings, floors and ceramics should be tested.’
  • 42) ‘Do not step through attic floor joists onto the ceiling of the room below.’
  • 43) ‘The side-mounted styles are handy for rooms with low ceilings or limited floor space.’
  • 44) ‘The interconnecting family room has a pine-panelled ceiling, double Velux windows and an Italian tiled floor.’
  • 45) ‘It took on a vaguely human outline and grew until it filled the room ceiling to floor.’
  • 46) ‘The walls, floors and ceilings of the classrooms in the school have been painted with pictures either made by pupils or local artists.’
  • 47) ‘Some people are filled with a sense of freedom and openness when they walk into a large, near-empty room with a high ceiling, high windows and plenty of light.’
  • 48) ‘Set in what looks like a vast wine cellar, the walls and ceilings of the main room are exposed brick, as is the private back room space that holds up to 140 people.’
  • 49) ‘Finally, the attic conversion has added two further rooms with walls and ceilings panelled in white deal.’
  • 50) ‘Both of these rooms have floor to ceiling picture windows as well as garden access.’
  • 51) ‘But many analysts agree that the new price ceilings won't limit the ability of most power companies to make a profit in the region.’
  • 52) ‘There is no natural ceiling to limit the price of market water.’
  • 53) ‘Also, strict wage ceilings were maintained on public enterprises.’
  • 54) ‘The only problem is that placing a ceiling on wages, although it makes business sense, means United will continue to lag behind Spain and Italy when it comes to paying players.’
  • 55) ‘It's another economic certainty: price ceilings cause a shortage of sellers.’
  • 56) ‘One of the main problems is that Ofcom can only introduce price ceilings for BT because it is the dominant telecoms provider.’
  • 57) ‘But the ceiling on prices does not necessarily mean a crash is inevitable.’
  • 58) ‘The development of an economically viable way to extract oil from oil shale would put a ceiling on oil prices and would extend the oil era by decades.’
  • 59) ‘The 1820s still suffered agricultural depression despite a high ceiling for corn prices in years of poor harvests.’
  • 60) ‘Efforts are underway for establishing a price ceiling in this industry.’
  • 61) ‘Annual price rises would be limited to a ceiling determined by the government in line with inflation and exchange rate considerations.’
  • 62) ‘Government sets price ceilings and floors, dictates wages through laws and labor courts, and confiscates profits.’
  • 63) ‘Other alternatives proposed to the government include setting up a ceiling price on imported rice and applying a special customs inspection, he said.’
  • 64) ‘The commission criticised poor financial management, breaches in employment ceilings and unauthorised expenditure in the health system.’
  • 65) ‘Soon, the ceiling on poll expenditure was increased with necessary amendments to the law.’
  • 66) ‘Hill insisted the England squad would strike if the £20 wage ceiling was not lifted.’
  • 67) ‘By accepting the ceiling on total expenditures, the European Parliament would gain credibility with governments and the electorate.’
  • 68) ‘The bill does not propose to impose a ceiling on the level of interest rates that can be charged by loan companies, which some organisations feel is a mistake.’
  • 69) ‘The doctors began an indefinite strike against CPS's plans to impose a ceiling on the yearly level of reimbursed care.’
  • 70) ‘Fares on some routes would leap to their price ceiling, or 25 per cent above the reference price.’
  • 71) ‘The new aircraft will also allow pilots to increase their flying hours from 150 to 200 because of the aircraft's higher operating ceiling.’
  • 72) ‘The maximum cruise speed of the aircraft is 500 km per hour and the altitude ceiling 9,500 m.’
  • 73) ‘A number of miles passed under the nose as the aircraft brushed the bottom of the weather ceiling.’
  • 74) ‘This had super-charged engines and had a flying ceiling of 30,000 feet - in excess of what the Douglas could do.’
  • 75) ‘The cloud ceiling was about 9,000 feet, with a temperature of 62 degrees.’
  • 76) ‘Observations were not made in rain, snow, or fog, or when the cloud ceiling was less than 100 m AGL.’
  • 77) ‘Unfortunately the dragons can't climb above the cloud ceiling so the five travelers are stuck in the horrid weather.’
  • 78) ‘All the clouds were below 20,000 feet, with broken ceilings and embedded thunderstorms.’
  • 79) ‘Although we had low ceilings and snowfall during our stay, the morning of our departure dawned with only scattered clouds at 25,000 feet.’
  • 80) ‘On the day of the flight, the weather was typical Pacific Northwest: low ceilings, rainy and cool.’
  • 81) ‘The weather ceiling was broken from 1,000 to 3,000 feet and layered above 10,000 feet.’
  • 82) ‘Weather called for low ceilings and light precipitation throughout the morning, so we discussed a backup plan.’
  • 83) ‘The weather was VFR, with visibility at 25 miles and a broken ceiling at 20,000 feet.’
  • 84) ‘The pilot of a single-engine Piper Cherokee flew in marginal VFR conditions when the ceiling suddenly dropped.’
  • 85) ‘A call to the forecasters confirmed weather around the ship was 250-foot ceilings and half-mile visibility.’
  • 86) ‘The forecast called for low ceilings and heavy showers, and for once, the weather-guessers were correct.’
  • 87) ‘North Island Metro said the ceiling wasn't forecast to go any lower than 2,000 feet, with a slim chance of rain in the vicinity.’
  • 88) he hated painting the ceiling

Examples

  • 1) Something soft was pressing down across my face, crushing my nostrils closed; sealing up the dark behind my eyelids.
  • 2) There it stuck, sealing up the entrance like a cork in a bottle.
  • 3) I'm curious about your/Nery's interest in sealing waxes.
  • 4) I agree with him actually, Mc Nutty, Jackboots and her sometime husband are doing a cracking job for the labour party … … in sealing its fate at the next election.
  • 5) Some feel that vacuum sealing is effective, others notice no difference.
  • 6) This week 109 of S & P 500 companies report so it will be crucial in sealing the fate of the earnings season, in our view.
  • 7) Gladys Horiuchi, communications manager at the Wine Institute, said wheat-based glues are sometimes used in sealing barrels.
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