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domical

Pertaining to, resembling, or characterized by a dome, as a domical church.
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40) Fontana's lance also directs attention toward a domical edifice seen through the foliage, alluding to Christian and pagan religious buildings, e.
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.
Indeed, especially remarkable in courtyard complexes is the high frequency of a square room with a huge chimney-vault, either conical, pyramidal or domical, implying a kitchen (Figure 5-7).
En principio, pues, para construir no es necesario justificar de forma absolutamente fehaciente la titularidad domical de un derecho real sobre los terrenos a edificar, si bien es licita la denegacion de las licencias cuando resulte probado que los terrenos son de dominio publico y no del particular que la solicita o existan dudas razonables sobre la titularidad privada de los mismos.
Similarly, whether a seal is a "seal stone"--by which term, I assume, Friedenberg means an elliptical or domical stamp seal, pierced horizontally for suspension, with the piercing often so large that the seal itself looks like a ring--or a "finger ring"--meaning, I again assume, that the seal stone is a bezel, flat or convex on its engraved side, that is meant to be set into an actual finger ring or some other mount--also has implications for the attribution of seals.
65) Regardless of the losses, it is nonetheless possible to reconstruct the tradition of arched and domical throne canopies of the past, in Italy and beyond, with the further goal of applying that tradition to a full understanding of the unusual, single-bay loggia of the Misericordia Confraternity in Florence (fig.
A domical volcano is termed a tholus, while a pancake-like structure is called a farrum.
This description is consistent with the stone in the floors within the alcoves at the two ends of the upper-level north hall, which has the appearance of domical stromatolites that have been cut parallel to bedding (Fig.
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.
Against this low decorative edifice leans a ruddy-faced English boy of seventeen or eighteen, in a white blouse and brown corduroy trousers, and a domical felt hat; with the sun, as much as can get under the rim, on his face, and his hands in his pockets; listlessly watching two dogs at play.