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the last Greek order

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According to Peter Van Raalte, senior managing director of Corinthian Capital, the transaction will allow Stadco to widen its activities on the aerospace tooling and machining markets.
Luxury Automotive Transport Company Successfully Sold to Corinthian Capital in the Midst of Wall Street Market Turbulence
Corinthian Capital leased 6,136 square feet; Silver Creek Capital took 4,288 square feet; and Thatch, Ripley & Co.
Miller is a member of the Board of Overseers of Rutgers University Foundation, a member of the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University, a member of the Advisory Board of Corinthian Capital, LP; and a member of the Board of Overseers of the Middle Eastern Institute at RAND.
d/b/a Disc Makers (or the "Company") to Corinthian Capital Group LLC.
There are 24 carved Corinthian capitals - pieces of ornate stonework which sits at the top of a column supporting the dome - and a number have become significantly eroded and degraded over time.
Columns with Corinthian capitals line the wall, some of which are clearly of Roman origin.
The building originally had keystones crowning the tall arches, Corinthian capitals atop the columns, and decoratively faceted quoins on the pier at the corner of Church St.
Large windows are divided by rising pilasters topped with Corinthian capitals, and a prominent cornice wraps around the rounded corner of the building.
It was listed in 1976 and has eight cast iron shafts with corinthian capitals, plus ornate scroll work brackets and fringed eaves, with arcaded railings between the shafts.
Have students design their own variations of details of Corinthian capitals.
From top to bottom, this Victorian liquor saloon impresses - the floor laid in a myriad of mosaic tiles, brocaded walls with yet more intricately patterned tiles, fine wood carvings throughout, ornate mirrors, wooden columns with Corinthian capitals and feathered motifs in gold - they all sit there proudly, awaiting your admiration.
Now, the Corinthian capitals are back on the room's gold- polished columns and the vaulted ceiling gleams like before.
Individual paper topics include analysis of the use of geometry on the late Roman ships in Mainz, Germany; classical approaches to curvature in Corinthian capitals and amphitheaters; and late medieval vault geometry.
The architectural style chosen was classical - with Tuscan pillars and Corinthian capitals - and Shakespeare's head presided over the door.