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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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Each molecule of the gutter bore away a molecule of heat radiating from Gringoire's loins, and the equilibrium between the temperature of his body and the temperature of the brook, began to be established in rough fashion.
Those behind urged on, and the column, from gutter to gutter, telescoped upon itself.
They now thought of placing the boxes across the gutter, so that they nearly reached from one window to the other, and looked just like two walls of flowers.
Consistently updating traditional products with new and innovative technologies, Custom-Bilt Metals has made industry-leading improvements that ensure their seamless gutters will look better, stay cleaner and last longer than any other paint coated gutter on the market.
The invention's unique design allows for the thorough and efficient cleaning of gutters.
And it keeps me from dangerously hanging my kiester over the roof edge to clean my gutters.
Leaves are one of the main culprits when it comes to blocked gutters, but you can find all kinds of other things in them, including plants happily growing away
Effie Bird wants curbs, gutters and sidewalks in her hometown, and she wants them now.
I have tested numerous gutter guard products all claiming they keep debris out and homeowners won't have to clean their gutters again.
Having your gutters cleaned on a regular basis is a simple and affordable way to protect your home.
Q The small leaves from the locust trees near my house really clog the gutters.
Longtime Malibu resident Grant Adamson had his gardener clean out his backyard drains and gutters at his home.