Do you know the difference between a "MUNTIN" and a "MULLION" when it comes to windows?
Mullion: A large vertical member separating two casements; the vertical bar between coupled windows or mulitple windows; the central vertical member of a double-door opening.
Muntin: one of the thin strips of wood used for holding panes of glass within a window. Also called: munnion, bar, sash bar, glazing bar, window bar, division bar, munton bar (sounds like they can't remember the name either! :? ) Also the central vertical member of a door.
This often confuses people so I thought I would comment to help straighten it out. Also the following diagram might be helpful -
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