(1) The landscape which preoccupies me happens to be in its nature fairly geometric, like the triangular gable of a roof, the crossed bars of a gate or the circular shape of an oil drum head on.(2) The roof is an inverted gable , a reference to all the gabled houses in the neighborhood.(3) The Deadwood house has a typical asymmetrical composition with a steeply pitched hipped roof and a front-facing gable .(4) James had designed and built the house with an extended gable in the roof.(5) gable wall(6) A simple, small-scale pavilion, raised above grassy terrain and roofed with a simple gable with generous overhangs, is built of plywood panels with glass louvers set into a lightweight steel frame.(7) From outside, it seems to be unnecessarily picturesque to give the mass the planners had required to balance that of the bed factory, a brick gable fronting a pitched roof covered in industrial corrugated cladding.(8) I shivered as the rain began to soak me through; I quickly stepped back under the protection of the small gable over the door.(9) Three hours after industrial action was confirmed, blue watch was called to the village of Thorner, where a car carrying five young people had careered off the road, smashed through a garden wall and into the gable end of a house.(10) Two gabled mansions with curly upturned eaves are connected by a horizontal two-storey section, topped with yellow-bodied, blue-headed dragons with large pointy teeth and tails thrashing the air.(11) I also found myself strangely unable to go to bed while building a model house with a roof of valleys and gables .(12) Take a brisk walk along the waterfront to admire the modern sculptures and shoals of kayakers, and then take a more leisurely amble upwards to appreciate the grand villas and gabled weatherboard terraces of the hillside suburbs.(13) Profuse with cobbled streets, the steeply pitched roofs, prominent cross gables with the structures lavishly covered with ornamental half-timbering, this part of town gave her an archaic feeling.(14) But in Byrom Street, Blackburn town centre, near to the old St Wilfrid's school building, the gable end of a derelict church was blown down.(15) A fireball then burst from the gable end of the second property and damaged a third.(16) They didn't realise there was any problem with putting it on the gable end and her husband had only finished it the day before the planning officer called.