## An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, & Practical |

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It was surrounded by a wide and deep trench , from the earth whereof , when

excavated ,

cemented together through tie medium of heated bitumen intermixed with reeds

to bind ...

It was surrounded by a wide and deep trench , from the earth whereof , when

excavated ,

**square**bricks were formed and baked in a furnace . With these ,cemented together through tie medium of heated bitumen intermixed with reeds

to bind ...

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The houses are generally mean in external appearance : they commonly consist

of a large

different uses , the sides of the area being planted with flowers , and refreshed by

...

The houses are generally mean in external appearance : they commonly consist

of a large

**square**court , surrounded with rooms of varying dimensions fordifferent uses , the sides of the area being planted with flowers , and refreshed by

...

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altributed to D. Hacket , or Ouguet , is 66 ft .

lantern 10 ft . in diameter , resting on eight arches ; its spire was destroyed in

1745. The tomb of the founder and of his wife , Philippa of Lancaster , which ...

altributed to D. Hacket , or Ouguet , is 66 ft .

**square**, with a central richly vaultedlantern 10 ft . in diameter , resting on eight arches ; its spire was destroyed in

1745. The tomb of the founder and of his wife , Philippa of Lancaster , which ...

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29. ) one half of the parallelogram ABCD , and the triangle LFM is one half of the

parallelogram LFGM ; these two triangles are therefore equal . 907. PROP . XXXII

. In a right - angled triangle , the

29. ) one half of the parallelogram ABCD , and the triangle LFM is one half of the

parallelogram LFGM ; these two triangles are therefore equal . 907. PROP . XXXII

. In a right - angled triangle , the

**square**of the hypotenuse , or side subtending ... Page 272

Because the

the same parallels LC , MB , and have the same base MB , the triangle MCB is (

Prop . 29. ) equal to hali the

Because the

**square**or parallelogram MLAB and the triangle MCB are betweenthe same parallels LC , MB , and have the same base MB , the triangle MCB is (

Prop . 29. ) equal to hali the

**square**ALMB . Again , because the rectangle or ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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