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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"The mud of Paris," he said to himself--for decidedly he thought that he was sure that the gutter would prove his refuge for the night; and what can one do in a refuge, except dream?--"the mud of Paris is particularly stinking; it must contain a great deal of volatile and nitric salts.
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.
It is easy for any man to roll in the gutter. But it is a terrible ordeal for a man to stand upright on his two legs unswaying, and decide that in all the universe he finds for himself but one freedom--namely, the anticipating of the day of his death.
at the end of the tunnel the gutter discharged itself into a great canal; that would be just as dangerous for him as it would be for us to go down a waterfall.
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.
Our men can easily manage and install gutters in no time and can distinguish if the pitch or the angle of the slope on the gutter needs remedy.
Gutters can often begin to sag, necessitating new hangers to create a stronger grip and prevent possible damage or injury if the gutter pulls away from the house entirely.
Alternatively, try the Hedgehog Gutter Brush (www.hedgehoggutterbrush.com), which is a hedgehog-like brush that sits in the gutter and keeps out leaves and other debris because they are deflected by it or get stuck on the spines.
Or try the Hedgehog Gutter Brush (www.hedgehoggutterbrush.com), which is a brush that sits in the gutter and keeps out leaves and other debris because they are deflected by it or get stuck on the 'spines'.
Alternatively, try the Hedgehog Gutter Brush (www.hedgehoggutterbrush.com), which is a hedgehoglike brush that sits in the gutter and keeps out leaves and other debris because they are deflected by it or get stuck on the 'spines'.
With surface-tension gutter guards, water clings to the rounded nose of the guard and flows into the gutter, while leaves and other debris fall off over the edge.
Gto protect your home's exterior walls from rain by channelling it from the roof to a drain in the ground via the gutter and downpipes.