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Antonyms for columned

having or resembling columns

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The chapel's architectural division into columned bays allows each to comfortably accommodate one painting, hung within the space rather than affixed to the wall and seen in sequentially rotating views, as if we are encircling the skull as we move around the chapel.
Surrounded by over a thousand mature trees, meandering water bodies, regally columned verandahs, elegant interiors, spacious guest rooms equipped with state of the art technology; it is an ideal destination for the leisure and corporate travellers alike.
Newcastle Gateshead food festival's first event of 2014 is taking its lead from the 250th anniversary of the birth of Charles Grey - the man who inspired the namesake tea and whose columned statue stands proudly in the centre of the city.
Just outside the park, Glacier Park Lodge is famous for its three-story lobby columned by towering Douglas firs.
As many as 50 people were wounded in the blast that blew out the windows of the lower floors of the imposing columned building, a health ministry spokesman told Rossiya-24 television.
As the organization's largest fundraiser of the year, Childhelp will host a holiday boutique from 10: 30 am to 2:30 pm, in the Millennium Biltmore stately Gold Ballroom with more than 20 vendors nestled among the balustrades and columned arches and featuring accessories, clothing, holiday gifts, and more.
It has five interconnected halls, two columned halls and a courtyard.
Khalid Bizari, a senior official at the Palestinian Ministry of Antiques and Ruins, told Gulf News that Sabastiya is known for its ruins and antiques including the Basilica, Forum, Theatre, Hellenistic Defensive Tower, Temple of Augustus, Columned Street, City Wall and Gates, Greek Monastery Church, Stadium, Crusader Cathedral, Dome Tomb and the Small Chapel.
The 17th century Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle features original components such as the stone-forge staircase with intricate handrails, handmade cement tiles, and columned arches that have all been preserved.
The grand columned Anglo-Italianate facade of Chelsea's 10-building London Terrace Gardens apartment complex, built in 1930 and 1931, had been covered in scaffolding since 2008 while undergoing a massive restoration project, but that scaffolding is now beginning to come down.
The resort features a three-story, columned main hotel and cabins.
Hirsch ends his book with a number of photographs: of a standard columned and pediment-fronted American school of the twenties or thirties, of the grand-columned building of the New York State Education Department.
The bodies of the first couple are to lie in state in closed coffins in the Columned Hall of the Presidential Palace, where the president appointed governments.
The bodies of the first couple are to lie in state in the Columned Hall of the Presidential Palace, where the president appointed and dismissed governments.
This joyous evening of storytelling and community building could have been even more visually stimulating had it utilized the special architecture of the late ottoman building of Wekalet El-Kharoub with is columned arcades and balconies.