corbel


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Synonyms for corbel

(architecture) a triangular bracket of brick or stone (usually of slight extent)

furnish with a corbel

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Generational Equity, a mergers and acquisitions advisor for privately held businesses, has announced the acquisition of Northwest Medical Inc., a Generational Equity client by Corbel Capital Partners, the company said.
Charlotte, NC, November 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- After only recently breaking into innovating, bolstering, and improving millwork, such as corbels and range hood supports, Federal Brace is releasing the Mad Mount.
Corbel. The main reasons of corbel damage are foundry lacuna, fracture, losing suspension point, and split of wire rope seat.
There are original timber beams and carved stone corbels to the north and south walls while bespoke wooden shelves have been built against the eastern wall.
Due to the fact that corbels may need to get repaid after constructing, a bridge corbel was strengthened by steel plates (Bi-hai et al.
However, Corbel warned against extrapolating wider conclusions from such a geographically-limited study.
"It may sound French, but in Arabic 'Lazord' is the name of a blue gemstone," Corbel said, "which is commonly found in local areas." She elaborates that the meaning is intended to reflect how valuable objects can exist below people's feet without them being discovered.
Corbel and I were properly introduced in the parking lot of the local Safeway, where Mester and I met for a morning of Hun hunting, a coincidence not lost on either of us.
The well tended front garden leads to the front door and an inner lobby with red quarry tiled flooring, and from there into an entrance hallway with Minton style flooring and archway with decorative corbel.
As streamlined and efficient as the external fuel tanks on a spacecraft, these bars orient themselves to the atmosphere in obvious distinction from the corbel, which labors under the restriction of an earthly weight.
Yarmouth: 2.20 Romancero, 2.55 Corbel, 3.25 Maybe Someday, 5.05 Kartuzy, 5.35 Pinchbeck.
"We watched, in a few years, developments that would have taken thousands of years to occur around a supermassive black hole in a distant galaxy," says Stephane Corbel of the University of Paris VII and the French Atomic Energy Commission in Saclay, France.
The turreted operator's housings are cantilevered from the main piers on arched corbel tables, and feature Art-Deco inspired details, with Mediterranean tile roofing.
Also featured was Corbel House, in Main Street, Norton Lindsey, which the booklet describes as "an imaginative three-dimensional exercise".
Harry Kube and Emile Corbel are career trainers with their own stables.