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grillwork

[gril-wurk] /ˈgrɪlˌwɜrk/
noun
1.
material so formed as to function as or to have the appearance of a grille.
Origin
1895-1900
1895-1900; grill2 + work
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  • Newcomers have been known to look down through the grillwork, see nothing but ocean below, and freeze up with dizziness.
  • Six overlook areas are placed at the three pier locations and are defined by ornamental grillwork.
  • Elevators are located near the stairwells, although the original grillwork has disappeared.
  • The bronze doorway and ornamental grillwork over the windows are particularly notable on this discrete facade.
  • Metal grillwork accentuates the three tall window openings of the central face.
  • The bus contains three main compartments for inmates, each separated by grillwork and a locked door.
  • Usually, you can see only the outlet, which is a register covered with grillwork.
  • Many such signs survived because they were embedded in the iron grillwork above the doorway.
  • The first floor is entered by a stoop decorated with iron grillwork.
  • Clean the detector face and grillwork often to remove dust and grease.

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