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Gaine

A decorative pedestal, taking the place of a column, tapered downward and rectangular in cross section, forming the lower part of a herm, on which a human bust is mounted; often with a capital above.

gaine

A decorative pedestal, esp. one tapered downward and square in section. Also see estípite.
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Mr Thomas knew that the other man was a Thai boxer so took Gaine outside to defuse the situation.
Gaine, C 2001, "If it's not hurting it's not working': teaching teachers about 'race", Research Papers in Education, vol.
Behrings had worked on desalination project with Gaine, an aquaculture biologist who worked at Rutgers' Multispecies Aquaculture Demonstration Center in Cape May.
2007, << Beyond Play: A New Approach to Gaines >>, Games and Culture 2 (2) : 95-113.
A gaine of show and tell contributes to a realistic conception of society and to a new way of writing of what is knowable (132-33).
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Gaine WJ, Sanville PR, Bamford DJ: The Charnley-Hastings bipolar prosthesis in femoral neck fractures: A study of dynamic motion.
Only the hockey gaine can be heard as CARRIE clears up papers, JAMIE glowers from dining room table, and ELLEN clears up cans and cups.
It had taken almost two decades to recover from the deficit left by President Ronald Reagan but now the country was ahead of the gaine.
2]) is located in MC's Gaine Hunting Area (GHA) 26 with the centre being at approximately latitude 50[degrees] 50' 26" and longitude 95[degrees] 30' 30".
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