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roof

(rūf),
A covering or rooflike structure; for example, a tectorium, tectum, tegmen, tegmentum, integument.
[A.S. hrōf]

roof

(ro͞of, ro͝of)
n.
The upper surface of an anatomical structure, especially one having a vaulted inner structure: the roof of the mouth.

roof

(rūf)
A covering or rooflike structure, e.g., a tectorium, tectum, tegmen, tegmentum, integument.
[A.S. hrōf]

roof

(rūf)
Covering or rooflike structure; e.g., tectorium, tectum, tegmen, tegmentum, integument.
[A.S. hrōf]
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At the beginning of the decade, only two companies in the Chicago area had the expertise to build a rooftop garden.
The presence of the latter must signify, surely, this or that degree of variance from the norm to which this or that rooftop denizen has risen by dint of enterprise.
Includes 13 Santa Claus figures, 12 snowmen, 14 animated lawn sculptures, a rooftop train, and lights galore.
And while technically not a rooftop, the terrace lounge of WestVillage eatery Sushi Samba 7 hops year-round (recent appearances on "Sex and the City" and "The Apprentice" haven't hurt).
The rooftop garden was inspired by elements found in typical backyards in the area and is well maintained by the residents.
At one time, nearly every department store in Japan had an amusement park for children on the rooftop and a special children's lunch on the menu of the store's restaurants.
Cities like Chicago, Sacramento, Atlanta and even Tokyo are tackling this problem with new strategies, including the planting of rooftop gardens.