Composite order


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Composite order
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Composite order

n. Architecture
A classical order dating from late Roman times, formed by superimposing Ionic volutes on a Corinthian capital.
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Noun1.Composite order - a Roman order that combines the Corinthian acanthus leaves with the spiral scrolls of the Ionic order
order - (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans
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Huck Finn is drawn from life; Tom Sawyer also, but not from an individual -- he is a combina- tion of the characteristics of three boys whom I knew, and therefore belongs to the composite order of archi- tecture.
composite order master agreement: - a minimum including ratp operations type 1 (preventive maintenance), type 2 (corrective maintenance), type 3 (improvement work) and type 4 (safety work), - a maximum of + 28% of the minimum amount including renovation / modification work and potential changes in scope.
1 Bilinear Groups of Composite Order and Complexity Assumptions
In this case, it has become infructuous, but we have to consider one composite order so that all complexities should go (away)," it said.
Under the West Northumberland (Waiting and Loading) Composite Order 2011, areas in The Square, Clap Shaw and Shildon Road and stretching to the county boundary would come under new restrictions.
The Speaker had passed the composite order on separate writ petitions by two BJP MLAs C T Ravi and D N Jeevaraj, who is also Chief Whip of BJP legislature party, and one voter each from five Assembly constituencies represented by the five MLAs, seeking their disqualification.
His SS Luca e Martina (1634), one of the first curved fronts in Baroque Rome, hasclosely packed columns in the Composite order, probably in tribute to that of the adjacent Arch of Septimius Severus, a point not mentioned by Merz.
Immediate real-time identification of contract owners who are included in a composite order to a fund is not the standard in the industry.
Most unusual, though, was the signature of a woman under several lines of Latin text engraved beneath the image, explicitly dedicating it to students of architecture: "This volute from an ancient capital of a Numidian stone column of the composite order, in St.

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