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domed

mod. hit on the head. (see also dome.) I domed him accidentally with the ladder.
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His inspiration was clearly the Pantheon, though the Mosta church has a higher drum and was possibly modelled on the early 19thcentury domed church of San Francesco di Paola in Naples.
The rules for chartering one of the many domed rail cars available are simple: The itinerary is your call, but advance planning is mandatory.
This yurt is made in the modern way; its roof and six-foot walls are vulcanized canvas instead of yak felt, its "eye of heaven" (the round hole in the center of the domed roof) is covered with a convex acrylite skylight that opens and closes on hinges.
Besides hundreds of domed storage facilities for agricultural and industrial uses, the buildings have been used as homes, schools, churches and gymnasiums.
A few years ago, I spotted a domed home on the cover of a magazine.
The domed gyms are illuminated in a variety of ways.
It's the fact that it's held up so well while other domed stadiums are losing teams and considered obsolete.
Digistar 3 eliminates the need for dozens of additional special effects projectors and other equipment, significantly reducing the cost of building and running a planetarium or domed theater.