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A triangular wall enclosed by the sloping ends of a ridged roof or a triangular decorative feature.
A ridged roof forming a triangle at each end.
A provision in contracts signed by new buyers that prohibits the owners from publicizing complaints about the builder.
A roof with two slopes, often seen on barns.
The person who hires all of the subcontractors and suppliers for a project.
A government's long-range land-use plan.
A structure constructed of lightweight bars forming a grid of polygons.
Popular throughout the 18th century, this type of architecture is distinguished by a symmetrical facade, prominent front entrance and quoins-decorative blocks of masonry or wood set in the corners of the house.
A cash gift a buyer receives from a relative or other source. Lenders usually require a "gift letter" stating that the money will not have to be repaid.