Columnated


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Co`lum´na`ted


a.1.Having columns; as, columnated temples.
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For example, in classical architecture, a columnated entrance might be contained within a facade that exactly replicates its proportions and details on a larger scale.
Just as Jan van Eyck's oversized Mary in his Madonna in a Church, with columnated robe, personifies the basilica in which she stands, the ribs of Gober's culvert pipe reprise the vaults of late medieval cathedrals, which themselves were meant to symbolically transform the interior of the church into Mary's womb (or the body of Christ, depending on the particular exegetic source).
Optional features include precision, camera tracking, columnated backlight, ultra-flat ceramic vacuum workpiece staging system, and rotary staging devices.
21) Like Goldmann tonometry, it measures the force required to applanate the cornea, though instead achieves applanation via the rapid application of a columnated air-pulse to the cornea.