tile-creasing

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tile-creasing. Two or more courses of tiles laid to protect the surface of a wall below, e.g. in a cill or string-course, and, very often, where a tile roof joins a gable, and does not overhang, the roof ending almost flush with the naked of the gable wall.

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W. McKay (1957)