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Yet it is masterly in its way, competent to its purposes and free from obscurity or over-ornamentation.
Ornamentation is the principal part of architecture, considered as a subject of fine art.
In many of these animals, the skull was thickened to create lumps of reinforced bone or strange ornamentation.
All that surface ornamentation levitates the terraces.
Scientists have long puzzled over the sometimes bizarre ornamentation found on dinosaurs.
Their pottery is varied in form and attractive in its ornamentation.
Fair trade production of surface ornamentation on garments and textiles.
The style is recognizable for its heavy ornamentation, energetic use of lines, and eclecticism.
Tombstones range from small markers with little or no ornamentation, to monumental markers with elaborately carved figures.
Design is inseparable from the article to which it is applied, and cannot exist alone merely as a scheme of ornamentation.
Houses of the second phase differ from those of the first in size and degree of ornamentation.
The crook shall be aluminum with cast aluminum ornamentation and include a photoelectric control receptacle.
After the great fire, many of its buildings were made using iron framework topped off by beautiful iron ornamentation.
Symmetry and controlled ornamentation gave the building clarity, formality, and elegance.
Masonry details and ornamentation shall not be removed or obscured.
Swim wear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets or metal ornamentation are not permitted.
They are usually of simple shape and contain little ornamentation.
Swim wear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets or metal ornamentation is not permitted.

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