Over the years, stone slabs and masonry replaced the barbed wire.
A large excavation was made and chambers were sometimes formed by masonry, sometimes hollowed from the rock itself.
The roof, conical in shape, was supported by six masonry pillars.
It was decided to erect this Temple of masonry at a meeting of the craft held April 1, 1816.
I often ask myself, 'Now, how can such a piece of masonry ever be destroyed?'
It is singular what a grace the horse-shoe arch gives to the most heavy and lumbering mass of masonry.
It was firmly set in masonry, but he found he could loosen it a little by shaking it.
The abutments are useful for binding and keeping the furnace together, and are built of masonry.
They are always built of masonry in one of the corners of the room.
Its twin spire-crowned western towers will be improved when the masses of masonry now propping them are removed.