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(pronounced stak chehrz)

Well, duh — stack chairs stack. Yes, that it true, but there’s a little more to it than that. Stack chairs are a huge market because everyone from corporations to educational and

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(pronounced STAK-ing DI-eh-gram)

A picture is worth a thousand words, and a stacking diagram is no different. This term describes the pictorial representation of how a building’s tenant groups and/or usage areas are dispersed

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(pronounced STAG-gerd stuhd wahl kehn-STRUHK-shehn)

Using modern construction techniques, walls, otherwise known as partitions, are have studs as their skeleton and drywall as their skins. Typical wall framing calls for a single stud every

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(pronounced STAHWL-wert)

Something about this word makes us think of armor. As in Knight In Shining. Maybe it’s its Celtic roots, or maybe we’re just silly. Nevertheless, our way of thinking helps us to remember

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(pronounced STAND-pyep)

A standpipe is a large vertical pipe into which water is pumped as to produce a desired, uniform pressure in a water-supply system. In the world of firefighting, a standpipe is the

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(pronounced STIH-keh-ler)

If you are adamant and insistent about correctness and precision regarding procedures at all times, then you are officially a stickler. Depending on whom you ask, it could be

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(pronounced STIHG-meh-tyz)

If you grew up learning about Christianity, then you probably recognize the word “stigmata” as referring to the crucifixion wounds present on Jesus Christ after he was taken down

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(pronounced STRAYT-mach)

See drop

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(pronounced strayt ree-PEET)

See block

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(pronounced strayt ah-KRAWSS ree-PEET)

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