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domical

Pertaining to, resembling, or characterized by a dome, as a domical church.
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41) Rather, the design may representa first idea for the projection of an armature of curved blocks of travertine (precisely cut and mitred), as they were to be laid into the ribs, in creating the surfaces of the gores of the domical vault.
48, inscribed in Hebrew and Arabic, is obviously post-Sasanian and should probably not have been included, while an agate domical seal with two lines of Hebrew writing that is of the Sasanian period has been omitted.
The contemporaneous Saint Catherine Altarpiece in the museum in Pisa by an anonymous local master shows at the lower left her condemnation to death at the hands of Emperor Maxentius seated under a domical baldachin.
So the programme called for a centrally focused domical building with nine equal entrances disposed symbolically to welcome people from all directions to prayer and meditation.
The parabolic dunes are generally cut off from the beach by dune ridges or by domical (Buckler 1979) "shadow" dunes between the arms of the parabolas.
The domical ceiling is in diminishing character and is decorated with a full bloom of the lotus in its centre.
For Domical Certificate, the government would give maximum ten-days to the additional Deputy Commissioner/AC Headquarters to dispose of the matter while Deputy Commissioner would work as an appellate authority.
These wall-paintings appear on the facade of the gateway, in the squinches of the domical ceiling, and the soffit of the main passageway ceiling.
4) This essay seeks to establish that at the end of the Middle Ages, in commissioning a loggia in the form of a domical canopy, the members of the Misericordia Confraternity knowingly and purposefully invoked several readily recognizable artistic conventions of that era to provide their foundation with its own shelter of sanctity, imbuing it with an aura of the divine.
For instance, the domes over the main spaces of the New Delhi Library, with the compression of their cellular shells supported by the tension members of steel trusses, anticipate the concept of the domical vaulting adopted for the Lisbon Ismaili Centre.
In the centre rises a domical shape and not an actual dome, its body marked with flutings.