In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The cable stays are anchored to the girder using a simple steel gusset plate welded directly to the top flange.
- The fifth is a splashy fountain made from recycled steel girders.
- The structure currently consists of a 100-ft high framework of steel girders which towers over the town centre.
- They walk steel girders high in the air unhampered by any fear of heights.
- To stiffen the shallow vault, curved steel girders brace the two sides.
- The building was an architectural first, using steel girders as the basis for construction.
- These segments were supported by steel truss girders on falsework.
- The pit is reinforced with a lattice of steel girders from top to bottom.
- The roof was reinforced with steel girders to help support the multi-ton tanks that sat above us.
- This was a stark, bleak space, with dirt on the floor, steel girders and barred-up windows and tubes of neon lights.
- Black construction workers tight-rope walked along the high steel girders of the airport building.
- Some of the supporting steel girders buckled with the heat and the floor cracked.
- Steel girders have been used in its construction, which could allow for building of a second storey or mezzanine.
- It appears to be solidly built, its thick iron girders criss-crossing the river.
- He delivered newspapers and worked at a steel firm, shaping girders for bridges for a little while.
- These things have collapsed buildings by taking out the steel girders in the center.
- It depicts a construction worker hanging desperately from a steel girder on a building site.
- Do a similar layout on the girder, so that you know exactly where each joist crosses the girder.
- And he suggested that lives were saved by new steel girders and a sprinkler system.
- Four men were arrested at the scene following the discovery of the cigarettes, which were smuggled into the country in steel girders.
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