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PLYWOOD
NINE INCH NAILS LOGO
VITAMIN B2
LOOSE NAILS
SIX NAILS
PLAQUE PSORIASIS
IRON NAILS
CLAW HAMMER
CAP NAILS
PROTRUDING NAILS
DERMIS
SKIN PSORIASIS
DRIVING NAILS
DAMAGED SHINGLE
GALVANIZED ROOFING NAILS
SHANK NAILS
LONG NAILS
SHEATHING
ROOF SHEATHING
FINGER NAILS
ROLL ROOFING
FOUR NAILS
TOE NAILS
OVERLAPPING COURSE
DRIP EDGE
EDGE
WEATHER
BEARD
FLIPPERS
MOUTHS
DISCOLORATION
VENEERS
FORMING
SEALING
MATERIAL
VAGINA
ARSENIC
DIGITS
TENDONS
BLOOD VESSELS
BONES
CYSTEINE
METHIONINE
CURVED
ROOFING CEMENT
CEMENT
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Definitions

  1. Nails are not exposed to the weather.
  2. Nails are horny plates of keratin on the dorsal surface of the terminal phalanges of the hand and foot (fingers and toes).
  3. The nails are strong, curved and pigmented, there is a good pigmentation also in the plantar and digital pads.
  4. Nails are the preferred fastener for asphalt shingles.
  5. Nails are purchased by the pound, so ask your dealer for the correct amount of nails for your size roof in the length you specify.

Plywood

  1. OSB: Oriented strand board (OSB) is cheaper than plywood, but not as strong as plywood, and does not hold nails as well as plywood.

Nine Inch Nails Logo

  1. Within the game, the ammo box for nails has the Nine Inch Nails logo on it.

Vitamin B2

  1. Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) Needed for energy production, skin, hair and nails.

Loose Nails

  1. Keep the roof surface clean and free from loose nails and shingles.

Six Nails

  1. For high wind areas or when shingles are being applied to a mansard, six nails per shingle are required (480 nails per square).

Plaque Psoriasis

  1. Image courtesy of Hon Pak, MD. Nails: Nail changes are commonly observed in those with plaque psoriasis.

Iron Nails

  1. The Charkhari (the two wheels) was rotated and the body of Bhai Mehtab Singh was cut by the iron nails fitted on the wheels, bit by bit.

Claw Hammer

  1. It worked like a charm, holding my claw hammer, Phillips head screwdriver and a random assortment of nails and screws.

Cap Nails

  1. The base sheet is attached to the deck with cap nails.

Protruding Nails

  1. Nail down or remove any loose or protruding nails.
  2. Before any work is carried out, ensure that the shed roof is dry and clear from any debris such as protruding nails.

Dermis

  1. Except for nails, all the skin appendages are located in the dermis.

Skin Psoriasis

  1. Only 5% of people with psoriasis of the nails do not have skin psoriasis.

Driving Nails

  1. Nail Gun A mechanical device for driving nails by compressed air.

Damaged Shingle

  1. If you cannot reach the nails, use a sharp linoleum knife to cut away the damaged shingle.
  2. Use a small pry bar to pull out the nails holding the damaged shingle.

Galvanized Roofing Nails

  1. Nails shall be galvanized roofing nails with Berridge Coated Felt Caps.
  2. Use galvanized roofing nails to install galvanized or vinyl drip edge; use aluminum nails for aluminum drip edge.
  3. Galvanized roofing nails should be used: four per shingle on typical installations, six per shingle on mansard roofs.

Shank Nails

  1. Only having a roofing and finishing nailers, I had called Harbor Freight asking them if they had a nail gun that would shoot ring shank nails.

Long Nails

  1. In addition, long nails can easily catch in carpeting and clothing, with the risk of injuring the nail or the toe when trying to pull away.

Sheathing

  1. Thousands of nails, all over your roof's surface, penetrate the shingle and the sheathing.
  2. The impact resistant sheet material can be secured to the sheathing with a variety of different fasteners, such as staples, nails, and the like.
  3. Having multiple layers of old shingles under a new layer causes roofing nails to be located further from the sheathing, weakening their hold.

Roof Sheathing

  1. Where the roof sheathing is less than 0.75 inch (19.1 mm) thick, the nails shall penetrate through the sheathing.
  2. Make sure you are using roofing nails that are long enough to go through all the roofing materials and to adequately penetrate the roof sheathing.
  3. The ventilation and drip-edge system fits over the gap and is nailed to the roof sheathing and fascia board with standard roofing nails.

Finger Nails

  1. The body will naturally dispose of iron through hair loss, dead skin, finger nails and menstration.
  2. Hair, finger nails and toe nails are made from amino acids.
  3. Do not bite anything with your teeth that can damage them (such as finger nails, thread, fishing line, paper clips, pens, etc.).

Roll Roofing

  1. Exposed-nail method - Application of roll roofing in which all nails are driven into the cemented overlapping course of roofing.

Four Nails

  1. Use four nails per shingle, leaving no nails exposed.
  2. Nail the shingles per the manufacturer's specifications, typically four nails per shingle.

Toe Nails

  1. Severe psoriasis can sometimes cause a loss of finger and toe nails as a result of dead skin build up pushing the nail out of the nail bed.
  2. Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of the finger or toe nails which is very difficult to cure.
  3. Nail psoriasis produces a variety of changes in the appearance of finger and toe nails.

Overlapping Course

  1. Application of roll roofing in which all nails are driven into the underlying course of roofing and covered by a cemented, overlapping course.
  2. Exposed nail method: Application of roll roofing in which all nails are driven into the cemented, overlapping course of roofing.
  3. Concealed nail method: Application of roll roofing in which all nails are driven into the course of roofing and covered by a cemented, overlapping course.

Drip Edge

  1. The drip edge is metal flashing that nails to the roof sheathing and follows the contours of the roof eave, resting against the fascia of the building.
  2. Drive nails through the upper fold of the drip edge to secure it the surface of the roof decking.

Edge

  1. Space nails 1” from edge and no more than 10” apart.

Weather

  1. Blind-Nailing: the use of nails that are not exposed to the weather in the finished roofing system.
  2. The use of nails that are not exposed to the weather in the finished roofing.
  3. Because of this problem, fixing nails made of stainless steel or copper are usually recommended, and even these must be protected from the weather.

Beard

  1. In Rig Veda, Indra the solar god is sometimes described as golden-bodied (" Gora " that means golden-yellowish) with golden jaw, nails, hair, beard.
  2. Regular grooming of the coat and the beard is necessary including clipping of the toe nails.

Flippers

  1. The smallest member of the family Trichechidae, the Amazonian manatee has smooth skin and no nails on its flippers and feeds on freshwater vegetation.
  2. These plant eaters are slow swimmers; they have two flippers, each of which has three to four nails on the end (there are no external hind limbs).

Mouths

  1. Our 2 oldest bite their nails, and I just remind them to take their fingers out of their mouths.

Discoloration

  1. The nails, too, often show classic signs of psoriasis, including thickening, pitting and discoloration.

Veneers

  1. Many dentists use the analogy that dental veneers are for your teeth what false finger nails are for your hands.
  2. Veneers are made of compressed porcelain and are bonded to the face of teeth much like artificial nails are applied.
  3. In a similar manner to how false finger nails are placed or glued to your existing fingernails, veneers are bonded to the front of your existing teeth.

Forming

  1. The use of exogenous transglutaminase in a cosmetic composition for forming a protective layer on the hair, skin or nails, is described in U.S. Pat.

Sealing

  1. Additionally, EasyLay offers greater waterproofing performance and better protection, as it employs DuraBase technology, which provides sealing around nails.

Material

  1. Nail flashing to sheathing, taking care to use nails of the same material as the sheathing.
  2. Baleen Baleen is made from the same material, keratin, as finger nails and hair.

Vagina

  1. The infection is usually localized to the skin, nails, mouth, vagina, bronchi, or lungs, but may invade the bloodstream.

Arsenic

  1. Remains of arsenic in nails and hair can be detected even after years and years after the exposure.

Digits

  1. The Pygmy Tarsier also has nails on all five digits, and on two digits of the foot.

Tendons

  1. In terms of TCM, the liver stores blood, regulates the flow of blood in the body, controls the tendons, connects to the nails and opens into the eyes.

Blood Vessels

  1. The inner layer, called the dermis, contains sweat glands, blood vessels, nerve endings (sense receptors), and the bases of hair and nails.
  2. Also located within the reticular region are the roots of the hair, sebaceous glands, sweat glands, receptors, nails, and blood vessels.
  3. No. I'm thinking concrete, surgical thoughts: nails are sharp; the brain is full of blood vessels; the nail may have snagged a vessel on the way in.

Bones

  1. Your bones, including your hair, teeth and nails, are mirrors of what you put into your body and the balance in your life.

Cysteine

  1. Hair and nails are made of keratins which are long protein chains containing a high percentage (15%-17%) of the amino acid cysteine.
  2. Important for growth, healthy nails and skin and the synthesis of taurine, cysteine, phosphatidylcholine (lecithin), bile, carnitine and endorphins.

Methionine

  1. Methionine is the principle supplier of sulfur, which helps improve the tone of your skin and promote growth and strength of your hair, and nails.

Curved

  1. The nails are strong, curved and of a dark colour.
  2. Nails strong, curved and of dark colour.

Roofing Cement

  1. Cover nail heads with roofing cement (unless you're using rubber-gasket nails).

Cement

  1. Stabilize repaired shingles with nails or a heavy board until the cement has dried.
  2. It is also a good idea to cover the nails that were hammered flush with the roof sheathing with the cement as well.

Categories

  1. Nail
  2. Science > Geography > Regions > Hair
  3. Shingle
  4. Observation > Perception > Senses > Skin
  5. Culture > Architecture > Construction > Roofing

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