b) use up to 146 advertising columns than half column
(50 percent of a column as a general point, also illuminated)
Despite the seriousness of this situation, it was given one small half column
on page 14.
Although a few entries are longer, most cover no more than a half column
to one and a half columns
Brad pillars and half column
profiles support this heavily symbolic partition.
I've been resorting to dictionaries quite often in preparing this issue of LawNow, but that ultimate arbiter, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), has a whole column just on ethics, and goes on for another half column
or so on variations.
The masthead of the inaugural issue, January 1977, occupied a mere half column
16) John Gibson's colossal Mars and Cupid was placed in the Painted Hall and Thorvaldsen's Venus awaited its new home in the Morning Room, lit by a lamp made from a piece of marble discarded from Canova's Endymion, a gift from the Duke's stepmother, and accompanied by Duchess Georgiana's mineral cabinets and precious half columns
Two rows of three columns each were connected by arcades that were taken up by corresponding half columns
at the rear wall of the hall.
A review of the performance should have occupied most of the two half columns
That room led into a hallway that looked like a Polynesian bar made out of half columns
, and it became a curving form like a teardrop.
Dear Editor, - As one and a half columns
were given over to Richard Gibb's assertion that political parties have a duty to present policies to the electorate and that the Conservatives were failing in this duty, I trust you will allow me a few lines in reply.