columnal

columnal

(ˈkɒləmnəl)
adj
(Architecture) archaic of, like, or relating to a column
n
(Zoology) zoology a circular disk-like section of the stem of a crinoid
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This is likely one of the oldest examples of amorphous swelling in a crinoid columnal and the malformation potentially resulted from interaction with a parasite or epibiont.
Titled Columnal, the sculpture features 14 discs made of Quikrete Crack Resistant Concrete and Quikrete Quik-Tubes suspended in a steel frame from chains.
This is evidenced by (1) the occurrence of an epibiont on only one side of the column rather than around the entirety of the columnal exterior, which suggests post-mortem encrustation, (2) the observation that the bryozoan is not embedded in or enmeshed with secondary stereom, but rather overlies it (Fig.
In between, modular office units with double hung windows, set between continuously rising columnal piers and accented by recessed terra cotta panels defining floor levels, create a "shaft" of multiple stories, stacked like individual drums in a classical Greek column (figs.
In On the Art of Building, Alberti describes a method for constructing columnal ornamentation using permutations of the shapes of the letters L, S, and C in a very literal way.
Wilma, a wonderful acid green variety with a good, uniform columnal shape.
My favourite just now is C Wilma, a wonderful acid green variety of columnal shape.
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Its columnal shape and clear base make it good to use in a formal planting design, or as an architectural accent in looser planting.
"You could combine a tall columnal cactus with a leafy succulent, and just make sure there's a diversity of sizes, ranges and forms."