(siding) a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass
(siding) material applied to the outside of a building to make it weatherproof
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(Sidedness) Handedness is an attribute of humans defined by their unequal distribution of fine motor skill between the left and right hands. An individual who is more dexterous with the right hand is called right-handed, and one who is more skilled with the left is said to be left-handed. ...
Siding is the outer covering or cladding of a house meant to shed water and protect from the effects of weather. On a building that uses siding, it may act as a key element in the aesthetic beauty of the structure and directly influence its property value.
(Siding (railway)) A siding, in rail terminology, is a low-speed track section distinct from a through route such as a main line or branch line or spur. It may connect to through track or to other sidings at either end. ...
(sidedness) The condition of having a specific number or form of sides; Handedness
(siding) A building material which covers and protects the sides of a house or other building (called cladding in the UK); A second, relatively short length of track just to the side of a railroad track, joined to the main track by switches at one or both ends, used either for unloading freight ...
(Siding) The finish covering of the outside wall of a frame building, whether made of horizontal weatherboards, vertical boards with battens, shingles, or other material.
(SIDING) Wood boards or metal sections nailed vertically or horizontally to sheathing. The siding may be overlapped if installed horizontally, or it may interlock vertically as with metal siding.
(Siding) Boards of special design nailed horizontally to vertical studs with or without intervening sheathing to form the exposed surface of the outside walls of frame buildings.
(Siding) A track connected to the main track and used for meeting or passing trains.
(Siding) Exterior wall finish materials applied to the outside of a structure.
(siding) the exterior wall covering of a structure
(Siding) The exterior, weather resistant side cover of a building.
(SIDING) Finish material such as wood, vinyl and aluminum used on outside walls.
(Siding) A dead-end section of track which can be used to store trains until they are required
(Siding) A short railroad track connected with a main track by a switch to serve a warehouse or an industrial area.
(Siding) A side or secondary track, also called a "spur".
(Siding) A weatherproof material such as boards, vinyl, shingles, or sheet metal covering an exterior wall of a building.
(Siding) An auxiliary track for storage, servicing of industries and customers, or for trains to meet each other.
(Siding) An auxiliary track located next to a main line that allows a train to move out of the way of an oncoming train. Sidings are also used to store trains or to add/subtract rail cars.
(Siding) Any track which is not a running line. This contrasts with US usage where a siding refers to passing lines or loop sidings only; in Indian usage it includes these as well as what are called side tracks in the US. A dead-end siding is a siding that is not a loop or passing line.
(Siding) Edging on non-fringed sides of a rug.
(Siding) Move all lawn furniture, hoses, tools, toys etc. away from the house or into the garage. Remove all pictures, mirrors and valuables that are hanging on the walls.