reglet

[reg-lit]
noun
1.
Architecture.
a.
a groove for guiding or holding a panel, window sash, etc.
b.
a narrow, flat molding; fillet.
2.
Printing.
a.
a thin strip, usually of wood, less than type-high, used to produce a blank in or about a page of type.
b.
such strips collectively.

Origin:
1570–80; < French, diminutive of règle regle; see -et

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reglet (ˈrɛɡlɪt)
 
n
1.  a flat narrow architectural moulding
2.  printing Compare lead a strip of oiled wood used for spacing between lines of hot metal type
 
[C16: from Old French, literally: a little rule, from regle rule, from Latin rēgula]

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Example sentences
Where flashing is installed in reglet in concrete insert upper edge into reglet.
Where reglets are detailed, slip flashing into reglet and secure in place per manufacturer's recommendations.
Stucco- the stucco surface and reglet pattern need some attention.
Where reglet occurs at vertical surfaces, extend plies roofing sheets up into reglet the full depth of the reglet.
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