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An ornamental facing on the lower portion of an internal wall (e.g., wainscoting or dado arcade). (associated with multiple faiths)
A buttress set at the corner of a building, forming a 135 degree angle with the walls. (associated with Christian faiths)
A curved roof structure that extends over an area with a circular base, creating an equal thrust in all directions. (associated with multiple faiths)
A framed, roofed, vertical projection from a pitched roof, usually housing a window or louvered opening. (associated with multiple faiths)
Two-storey church with a church on both storeys, or a church with two separate naves connected at a centre point. (associated with Christian faiths)
Ambulatory divided in two by a range of columns or piers. (associated with Christian faiths)
A two-level pulpit. The lower level is used by the precentor to lead the congregation in hymns while the top level is used by the clergy to deliver the service. (associated with Christian faiths)
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