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Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

The cylindrical section of a column between the base and the capital; also, a tall, continuous portion of a building facade. 2. A pipe placed on top of a chimney, usually of earthenware, that functions as a continuation of the flue and improves the draft. 3. A distinct, slender, vertical masonry feature engaged in a wall or pier and supporting or feigning to support an arch or a ribbed vault.

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