They were both locked inside; and there were no marks of any sort on the Sills.
Indeed, a legend runs that these Sills were not laid by men at all, but by the Dwarfs.
The Sills, which are four inches by four inches, are also supposed to be made by nailing two two-by-fours together.
On those were laid the Sills, and before noon the building was up and half covered.
The Sills should be 8 inches square, the corner posts of the same size, and the intermediate posts 86 inches in diameter.
The only external alteration he had made had been the lowering of the Sills of the windows.
The blinds and Sills were the only things they had touched up on that front, it seems, and nothing on the sides.
The houses are built of brick with foundations and Sills of Soignies stone.
Some of de logs and Sills was found de nex' day over at de other side of de railroad track.
I could not manage to make companions of my messmates Sills and Broom.
Old English syll "beam, threshold, large timber serving as a foundation of a wall," from Proto-Germanic *suljo (cf. Old Norse svill, Swedish syll, Danish syld "framework of a building," Middle Low German sull, Old High German swelli, German Schwelle "sill"), perhaps from PIE root *swel- (3) "post, board" (cf. Greek selma "beam"). Meaning "lower horizontal part of a window opening" is recorded from early 15c.
A sheet of igneous rock intruded between layers of older rock. See illustration at batholith.