plinth


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Synonyms for plinth

an architectural support or base (as for a column or statue)

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Initially it was believed one of the players, Mourinho or one of his staff picked up the plinth as a momento after the 3-2 win over Southampton and it had been misplaced.
First up are Dodgy, who will play atop the plinth on Saturday March 5.
The plinth outlines the tale of the men and boys who lost their lives at the New Hartley pit disaster, the biggest the country has seen.
Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Concepcion, who will perform the unveiling, said: "I am delighted to be unveiling this commemorative plinth recognising the sacrifices made by those in the First World War and subsequent conflicts.
Compare London's Trafalgar Square, where the success of the Plinth has invigorated the area, Google it and see for yourself.
Introduced in 2012 in the 100 mm high version, RITTAL'S flex-block plinth is now available in a 200 mm high version, ex stock.
The proposals to revamp the monument and raise the size of the plinth it sits on have been put forward in an attempt to "reduce the incidence of vandalism".
Summary: A sculpture of a boy on a rocking horse and a giant bright blue cockerel will take their place on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.
Six works are in the running to win a position at what has now become one of Britain's most famous art displays on the London square's fourth plinth.
Top Tip: Choose a vent in a colour that closely matches your plinth to avoid it standing out too much.
A MARATHON art project at Trafalgar Square came to an emotional close yesterday - with balloons released in memory of each of the 96 Hillsborough disaster victims Emma Burns became the 2,400th person to stand on artist Antony Gormley's Fourth Plinth platform and she used it to honour the Liverpool fans who died in the tragedy.
A project called "One & Other" is letting 2,400 people occupy a plinth for an hour.
A NORTH East artist is the latest in line to climb on to Antony Gormley's Fourth Plinth in London's Trafalgar Square today.
THE sister of a student who died from an undiagnosed heart condition is to take up a place on Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth in his memory.