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Pair of common rafters. A couple-roof therefore consists of couples resting on wall-plates and pitched together at the ridge, with or without purlins. A close-couple roof has couples with ties above their feet, thus forming triangles, preventing the feet from spreading.

Subjects: Architecture.

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