corrugated roofing meaning
A roofing material in sheet form, usually of galvanized metal or cement asbestos, shaped into alternate ridges and valleys.
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- An outbuilding is built of railroad ties covered with corrugated roofing.
- He found inexpensive corrugated roofing but finished it off with traditional wood fretwork around the eaves.
- Baked mud bricks and especially concrete blocks are also used nowadays, with thatched roofs still common, although often replaced by corrugated roofing sheets.
- Each family gets a few sheets of corrugated roofing, a kilo of rice, another of beans, a can of tuna and some cooking oil.
- However, the moir� artifacts can occur in scenes with closely spaced geometric patterns, such as fabric or mesh, distant buildings, balcony railings, corrugated roofing etc.