## The Encyclopedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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The

, AFBGA ( fig . 327. ) intersect each other ; the line which is

right line . Draw a right line from the point A to the point B. Because the right line ...

The

**common**intersection of two planes is a right line . Let the two planes ALBMA, AFBGA ( fig . 327. ) intersect each other ; the line which is

**common**to both is aright line . Draw a right line from the point A to the point B. Because the right line ...

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be the same with the plane FDCG , since these two planes would have three

a perpendicular to that plane . Let it be required to raise a perpendicular from the

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be the same with the plane FDCG , since these two planes would have three

**common**points i A , C , D. 975. Prop . XCV . From a given point in a plane to raisea perpendicular to that plane . Let it be required to raise a perpendicular from the

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The Populus of botanists , whereof five species are grown in England : the

great white poplar , and that of Lombardy . The wood of this tree is only fit for the

flooring ...

The Populus of botanists , whereof five species are grown in England : the

**common**white poplar , the black , the aspen or trembling poplar , the abele orgreat white poplar , and that of Lombardy . The wood of this tree is only fit for the

flooring ...

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