monolithic

[ mon-uh-lith-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF monolithic
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The forms shown by Figs. 121 to 123 are for monolithic curb and gutter.

Formerly there were inside the mosque 1200 monolithic columns, now there are only 850.

This is the monolithic column that was reared by Washington and his associates.

He poised himself, as if it were, on the monolithic stability of his legs.

The idea of the origin of these monolithic structures from some common source seems to have suggested itself to many minds.

It is the gold lituus dug up in the year 1824, within the monolithic circle of Leys, Inverness-shire.

The construction of concrete chimneys by block and monolithic systems is fully illustrated and described.

But the monolithic columns here are by no means the only remarkable features of the masonry of Mitla.

What strikes one in this statue, at first sight, is its strange block-like aspect, its monolithic simplicity.

There are, also, monolithic columns and hollow-necked capitals, which are unusual in France.

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