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  • quoining — quoin ► NOUN 1) an external angle of a wall or building. 2) a cornerstone. DERIVATIVES quoining noun. ORIGIN variant of COIN(Cf. ↑coiner), in the former senses «cornerstone» and «wedge» …   English terms dictionary

  • quoining — noun The architectural elements, such as stone or brick, that form a quoin …   Wiktionary

  • quoining — niŋ noun ( s) : the architectural members which form a distinctive corner at the juncture of two walls or planes …   Useful english dictionary

  • Quoin (architecture) — Quoining on the corners of Palazzo Aragona Gonzaga, Rome. Quoins (/kɔɪ …   Wikipedia

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  • Belton House — [ Lincolnshire, the south facade.] Belton House is a country house in Belton near Grantham, Lincolnshire, England. coord|52.944|N|0.6228|W|region:GB LIN type:landmark|display=title The mansion is surrounded by formal gardens and a series of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Palazzo Muti — The Palazzo Muti should not be confused with the Palazzo Muti Papazzurri in the Piazza della Pilotta which was designed by Mattia de Rossi in 1660. The Palazzo Muti (officially the Palazzo Muti e Santuario della Madonna dell Archetto) is a large… …   Wikipedia

  • Benjamin Bastard — was a British architect during the first half of the 18th century working in the Dorset area of England. A member of a notable family of west country architect surveyors and masons, he was related [Howard Colvin claims he was the nephew of the… …   Wikipedia

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