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domed

mod. hit on the head. (see also dome.) I domed him accidentally with the ladder.
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If it is extraordinary that, in the 19th century, what was then a village on a small Mediterranean island should have built the third widest unsupported dome in Europe, even more extraordinary is the fact that an even smaller village on an even smaller island, Malta's satellite Gozo, should have managed to erect a huge domed church, almost as large and somewhat higher, in the middle of the 20th century (Fig.
Not only does the architecture of both Christian and Islamic domed sacred edifices point to cultural dialogue and serve as a reminder of a shared heritage and common spiritual goal, but so do these edifices' decorative programs.
According to Gail Haterius, the superintendent at Italy Independent School District, it completed the high school's domed multipurpose center in January 2002 at a cost of $85 per square foot, for a total of $2 million.
The rules for chartering one of the many domed rail cars available are simple: The itinerary is your call, but advance planning is mandatory.
The V925 series of in-ceiling, fixed-position camera domes offers a compact indoor/outdoor domed housing with a fixed camera and lens combination.
recently moved from leased space in Eugene to a brand-new 4,500-square-foot domed office and showroom of its own in Veneta.
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.