Gutter

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Gutter

1. In newspapers and journalism, the space between columns.

2. In books and magazines, any crease in a page, especially the center margin.
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Stone eaves gutters don't have the facility for steps, therefore an alternative expansion joint system should be used or don't use lead at all.
Flat roofs have a parapet gutter and a number of sloping roofs meeting at one point have a valley gutter, which links up with either a parapet or eaves gutter.
Sloping roofs have an eaves gutter, which may be made of iron on period properties, making it expensive to replace like for like (necessary on listed buildings, for example) and heavy to manoeuvre if you're doing it yourself; flat roofs have a parapet gutter; and a number of sloping roofs meeting at one point have a valley gutter, which links up with either a parapet or eaves gutter.