Castellation

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Castellation

A notched or indented parapet, originally used for fortifications, but afterwards used on church facades; was intended as ornament.
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Designed in a baronial style, the exterior is decorated with a wealth of castellations and traditional crow-stepped gables.
A majority of the assessments including density of inclusions, quantity of voids, grain size, wall thickness, orifice diameter, frequency of collars and castellations, exterior surface treatment, decorations, interior color and exterior color were all significantly and statistically different.
The castellations are subtly flattened areas at either side of the front of the bonnet which instantly identifies a Range Rover.
If the application is successful and the church enters into a contract with the mobile phone company, the transmitting dish would be installed in one of the castellations of the 60ft tower.
Castellations in the package to aid manufacturing quality control
I would say, though, that in just a few decades of driving and walking and stopping and staring you can quietly conquer the whole absorbing and surprising jigsaw: the myriad landscapes, villages, stones, rivers, cliffs and the constellation of castellations.
Jackie took charge of the interior design and also proved to be a dab hand at repairing the castellations.
The surface-mount adaptor board is modeled on the BGA package, but the device's contacts have been modified to extend out from under the package to scalloped castellations around the edges of the adaptor board.
Only a couple of miles from Glamis Castle, the childhood home of the Queen Mother, Kinnettles House, by Forfar, Angus, is a splendid Scots baronial mansion, complete with castellations and turrets.
Though largely functional in design, the ruins show some architectural pride and pretension in details such as quoins, pediments and castellations, and the massive stone walls were evidently built to last.
It remained in the Pugh family for 136 years during which time it underwent considerable alterations and adaptations, the most notable being in 1820 when the house was rebuilt introducing the romantic turrets and castellations.
It's a proper little castle - quite wonderful with its tall tower and castellations," a spokesman said, and as the sun shone on St George's Day recently, the English ;ag looked particularly appropriate, ;ying proudly from the top roof terrace in this fascinating corner of unspoilt Worcestershire.