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The question for the house was whether this country was not justified in abiding by the terms of the quadripartite treaty.
The choir has one bay of quadripartite and one of sexpartite vaulting, and an apse.
The crossing has a quadripartite vault, and the transepts waggon-vaults like those of the nave.
The groining is all quadripartite, without ribs, but with plain bold transverse arches between the bays.
At present both bays are similar—quadripartite—and the clerestory is filled with large traceried windows.
The vaulting, both in the nave and aisles, is quadripartite, the only remarkable feature in it being the massive size of the ribs.
The vaulting compartments in the aisle are therefore cincopartite, those throughout the rest of the church being quadripartite.
Ana, and the great quadripartite vaults of the cathedral and the other churches of its class.
This is quadripartite throughout, and has very bold ribs, with carved bosses at the meeting of the diagonal ribs.
It contains a magnificent hall, groined in four bays of quadripartite vaulting, and measuring about 24 feet by 96 feet.

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