boutell

bowtell, boltel, boultine, boutell, bowtel, edge roll

1. A plain, convex molding, usually three-quarters of a circle in section.
3. The shaft of a clustered pillar.

pierrotage

In French Vernacular architecture of the southern United States, lime mortar or clay mixed with small stones; used as infilling between half-timbering with diagonal braces (columbage); also See bousillage.
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30, in the Boutell Memorial Concert Hall inside the Music Building, Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.
BOUTELL LILIAN JOYCE (Nee Meir) (Joyce) Peacefully after a long illness on March 26th surrounded by her loving family, aged 87 years.
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Boutell (a member of the firm of Boutell Brothers, a big local furniture house) was named treasurer and a director.
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A large proportion of hotels in western countries are owned by real estate investment trusts (REITs) (Nichols & Boutell, 2005; Rowe, 2005).
(247) See EVARTS BOUTELL GREENE, THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR IN THE ENGLISH COLONIES or NORTH AMERICA, at app.
Next, based on the adjusted keyword tree, the domain expert again picked another 200 records to evaluate the quality of the keyword tree by the recall and precision ratio, which have commonly been used in previous studies (Boutell, Luo, Shen & Brown, 2004; Forman, 2003).
In the press she was credited with "a wonderful command of language, ready wit, speaking fancy, and a contagious enthusiasm", and with a "magnetic power which thrilled and charmed and made her presence an inspiration" (Boutell 1980: 701).