There is also a fifth wall-plate which lies along the tops of the pillars in the front.
A wall-plate on the outside of one beam, from end to end, measures two feet by ten inches.
Measure the height from the floor to the top of the wall-plate— Hukur-lah tinggi-nia deri lantei sampei ka-atas kapala-tiang.
This building may have measured forty feet in length by twenty in depth, and seventeen from the ground-line to the wall-plate.
From time to time she glances round the floor and wall-plate, and, whenever she hears a noise, she reaches for the stick.
The fine panelled roof covering the N. aisle should be observed, and the projecting figures on the wall-plate of the nave.
Originally determined by the slat of wood which strengthened the wall-plate at the point of its perforation by the trunnels.
Roof′let, a small roof or covering; Roof′-plate, a wall-plate which receives the lower ends of the rafters of a roof.
These were of squared timber, as was the floor also, and the outer frame and wall-plate.
The east side contains a wall-plate of early date, and more of the interesting early work.