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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfasciafa‧scia /ˈfeɪʃə/ noun [countable] British English  1 a dashboard2 a long board above a shop with the shop’s name on it3 a cover for a mobile phone
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fasciaOld gutters, downpipes and fascia boards will be replaced and ceiling plaster damaged by water renewed.Care should be taken that the lower edge of the draped felt extends beyond the eaves and fascia board into the gutter.Similarly, I have found it useful in my research on roof fascia of the Premier Division.Plastic gutters are easily fixed by clipping them into brackets screwed to the fascia board.Timber fascias and barge-boards are standard, while many pitched roof garages feature timber-clad gable ends.
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