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an arch formed in a continuous curve, especially in a semicircle.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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The bridge also features concrete railings with
These take the shape of a long
, with its path high above, and its two ends apparently beyond the horizon.
The shape and depth of the
below that triangle, also argues against anything but a traditional outlook by the builders.
The windows are linked by string courses and are in a
of the entry portico is detailed with an egg-and-dart molding and carved keystone.
The exterior features
windows and the five-story tower has corbelled brickwork.
In the level above is another
opening with louvers, topped by a corbel table.
On either side of this section, large
openings served the post office once located here.
The second-story fenestration under the portico consists of
openings with hung-sash windows.
The central entrance has a
portico and is flanked by short paired windows covered by metal grills.
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