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castellated

Architecture
1. having turrets and battlements, like a castle
2. having indentations similar to battlements

Castellated

Bearing the external fortification elements of a castle, in particular, battlements, turrets, and crenellated patterns.

castellated

1. Bearing the external fortification elements of a castle, in particular, battlements, turrets, etc.
2. Ornamented with a battlement-like or crenelated pattern.
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Nick Hodgson, archaeological projects manager at Tyne Wear Archives and Museums, said: "Trinity Towers was a very attractive Gothic castellated landmark structure." He added: "This is an opportunity for local people of all ages to experience a real archaeological dig and to unearth a piece of South Tyneside's past.
To choice the optimal dimensions of castellated beam it is need to appreciate the maximum level of stresses in it, because this is one of important parameters in structural norms.
MODULES WITH CASTELLATED mounting holes are showing up more and more these days.
Technological innovations The company introduced a range of technological innovations for this project including a "castellated" form of cutting through the target to maintain maximum stability of the severed structure prior to the lifting operation.
A "castellated'' form of cutting through the target to maintain maximum stability of the severed structure prior to the lifting operation.
He removed the panel to investigate the anomaly and discovered a castellated nut and washer sitting loose in the panel.
This buckskin tobacco bag construction consists of an upper section with a curved, castellated top edge (Photo 2) with edge beading, and central section with a bottom double fringe consisting of 26 fringes front and back with basket (cane) beads strung on.
To us it looks more like a castellated whitewashed house.
There are many methods to calculate castellated steel beams; however, neither of these methods determines the rational cross-section selection.
Its position, on a lofty perch overlooking pretty countryside four miles from Abbots Bromley, offers spectacular 360-degree views from its square clock tower's castellated roof terrace.
Pass the castellated Chadwick Manor on the left and continue to Old Green Lane coming in from the right.
In cities, however, they commonly lack the same formal sophistication, dressed up as castellated turrets or left as purely utilitarian assemblages.