raking flashing

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Flashing of metal (usually lead, but sometimes copper or zinc), following the slope of a pitched roof where it abuts a chimney, gable-parapet, wall, etc., set in a straight line with a raglet where stepped flashings (as would be usual with brickwork) are not possible (as with ashlar masonry).

W. McKay (1957)

Subjects: Architecture.

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