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It appeared on Monday night that the 555-foot tall masonry structure once again formed a gleaming part of Washington’s night skyline.
Dimensions of masonry at these sites display various combinations of the three measurements, Chadwick said.
She chronicled the history of her ancestors from 600 CE to about 1300 CE, from pit houses to the impressive masonry of the cliff’s-edge villages.
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Rare and beautiful birds came and watched the barefooted children as they scurried around, building their wall of masonry.
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At B will be observed the employment of masonry to strengthen the crumbling walls of the friable tufa.
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Several of the loculi, it will be perceived, are built of masonry, in consequence of the crumbling nature of the soil.
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The original steps were covered with marble, but they were afterwards restored with masonry.
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The principal entrance is an open chamber, originally vaulted, with a floor of black and white mosaic and walls of masonry.
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When this was removed the vault gave way, and had to be almost entirely rebuilt and lined with masonry.
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In some recent masonry arched bridges of spans up to 150 ft. built with hinges considerable economy has been obtained.

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