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  • Pilastered — Pi*las tered, a. Furnished with pilasters. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pilastered — /pi las teuhrd/, adj. having, or supported by, pilasters. [1680 90; PILASTER + ED3] * * * …   Universalium

  • pilastered — pi·las·tered tərd adj having or borne on pilasters …   Medical dictionary

  • pilastered — pɪ læstÉ™(r)d adj. containing pilasters, containing square or rectangular projections that resemble columns (Architecture) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pilastered — pi·las·tered …   English syllables

  • pilastered — (r)d adjective Etymology: pilaster + ed : having or borne on pilasters …   Useful english dictionary

  • Manlius Village Historic District — U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district …   Wikipedia

  • John Dobson (architect) — John Dobson (1787 ndash; 1865) was a 19th century English architect in the neoclassical tradition. He became the most noted architect in the North of England. Churches and houses by him dot the North East Nunnykirk Hall, Meldon Park, Mitford Hall …   Wikipedia

  • Vermont State House — Infobox nrhp | name =Vermont Statehouse nrhp type = nhl caption = Doric portico of the Vermont State House dates to Ammi B. Young s second 1833 state house location= Montpelier, Vermont lat degrees = 44 lat minutes = 15 lat seconds = 44 lat… …   Wikipedia

  • Eastern Nazarene College — Seal of the Eastern Nazarene College Motto Via, Veritas, Vita Motto in English The Way …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Archer — His churches include St John s, Smith Square, Westminster, badly damaged in World War II, St. Paul s, Deptford and St Philip, Birmingham, now Birmingham Cathedral. Archer s secular works included Roehampton House in Surrey, Welford Park in… …   Wikipedia

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