In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(grooves)estrías feminineacanaladura feminine
- In it is a niche, wherein the statue of St. Canice stood, and inverted stone cones with eight grooves, or flutings, for holy water.
- The septal marginal fluting has a bilateral symmetry, whereby between correlative sutural lobes on both flanks the septum is adorally convex in a perfect arch.
- The strigillation, or curvilinear fluting, of the frieze immediately below the Pantheon-domed roof is a type of enrichment associated with classical sarcophagi.
- The marginal fluting of the septa consists mainly of backward pointing tubes in a dendritic pattern that form buttresses resembling columnal arches of Gothic churches.
- Shaw also offers standard or helical fluting as an additional service.
- Mock Queen Anne fluting which was popular in this period is also a give-away, when combined with a hallmark for 1760, because at that time, very few people knew that a hallmark would reveal a date.
- Acid etching was used to produce a regular pattern of raised red lines, like the fluting on a classical column.
- On the Wilbur plane there is decorative fluting below the chamfer stops on the toe and heel end of the plane.
- Her eyes, a startling blue-gray danced and twinkled in the light streaming in from tall, elegant windows framed with green marble columns topped by gold-painted fluting.
- The stock features light fluting along each side of the comb's nose, and is fitted with a steel buttplate so typical of the pre-war period.
- The steel columns are expressed: cruciform in shape, a modern fluting effect, they are chrome-plated.
- Leaves, rocks, shells, fish scales, all vanished in favour of a few urn-like finials, a hint of metope or columnar fluting, or the suggestion of a pediment.
- However, the more complexly the marginal fluting, the better is the anchorage of the soft tissue to the buoyant conch.
- The bolt body is partially covered with shallow fluting to allow space for any debris - ice, mud or dirt - to accumulate without binding or jamming the bolt in the action.
- The Gowran Font is richly decorated with blind or closed fluting, often described as Ossory Fluting, being particular to the Diocese of Ossory and not found elsewhere.
- The lobules in complexly marginal fluting branch and expand to form deep lobes.
- Two broken minarets over the main arch resemble the Qutb in their flutings.
- The artist also parallels the columnar folds of Peace's drapery and the regular fluting of the columns behind her.
- The lowest has alternately circular and triangular fluting, the second circular, the third triangular, while the fourth and fifth are mostly plain.
- The red sandstone tower of Qutab Minar is 72.5 m high, tapering from 14.32 m at its base to 2.75 m in diameter at its peak, and alternating in angular and rounded flutings.
2(wavy edge)ondulación feminine
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