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  1. › wiki › Hip_roofHip roof - Wikipedia

    Hip roofs are thus much more resistant to wind damage than gable roofs. Hip roofs have no large, flat, or slab-sided ends to catch wind and are inherently much more stable than gable roofs. However, for a hurricane region, the roof also has to be steep-sloped; at least 35 degrees from horizontal or steeper in slope is preferred.

  2. William Powell, Actor: The Thin Man. William Powell was on the New York stage by 1912, but it would be ten years before his film career would begin. In 1924 he went to Paramount Pictures, where he was employed for the next seven years.

  3. So I have a question on this 12 by 16 shed is it possible to build the roof 16 feet long ways. So the gable ends would be on the 16 foot sides. Instead of how the photo is where the roof is built in the 12 foot width . I wanted to flip it and build 16 feet long way. I want too match the end of my 16 foot wide mobile home. There must be a way to ...

  4. Biographie Jeunesse et ascension vers la gloire. Né dans l'Illinois, aîné de trois enfants, William Holden est le fils d'une institutrice, Mary Blanche, et d'un chimiste industriel, William Franklin Beedle Sr. La famille déménage à South Pasadena, en Californie, quand il a trois ans. Diplômé de l'école South Pasadena, il entre au collège communautaire Pasadena Junior pour continuer ...

  5. William Gilpin (4 June 1724 – 5 April 1804) was an English artist, Church of England cleric, schoolmaster and author. He is best known as a travel writer and as one of those who originated the idea of the picturesque .

  6. The Painted Desert: Directed by Howard Higgin, Tom Buckingham. With William Boyd, Helen Twelvetrees, William Farnum, J. Farrell MacDonald. Two men find an abandoned baby and fight over the ownership of the child resulting in lifelong rivalry.

  7. William The Silent, The Dutch statesman William the Silent (1533-1584), or William I, Prince of Orange and Count of Nassau, led the revolt of the Low Countries against S… William I (the Conqueror) , The English king William I (1027/1028-1087), called the Conqueror, subjugated England in 1066 and turned this Saxon-Scandinavian country into one wit…