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B Exposure

A type of wind exposure, usually urban/suburban areas, wooded areas, or other terrain with closely spaced obstructions having the minimum size of a single-family home.


A square or lathe-turned post that supports the handrail as on a staircase or balcony.


A building for storing hay, grain, etc., and often for housing livestock.


The portion of a building that is partly or wholly underground.


A horizontal structural member which acts as support in a building, subject to bending stresses.

Bearing Wall

A supporting wall to a load, usually a floor or roof of a building.


A temporary or permanent structural material which holds another member in place.

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