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cupula

 [ku´pu-lah] (pl. cu´pulae) (L.)
a small, inverted cup or dome-shaped cap over a structure.

cu·pu·la

, pl.

cu·pu·lae

(kū'pū-lă, kū'pū-lă), [TA]
A cup-shaped or domelike structure.
Synonym(s): cupola
[L. dim. of cupa, a tub]

cupola

/cu·po·la/ (koo´pah-lah) cupula.

cupola

See cupula.

cu·pu·la

(kŭp'ū-lă) [TA]
A cup-shaped or domelike structure.
Synonym(s): cupola.
[L. dim. of cupa, a tub]

cupola

cupula.
References in classic literature ?
The cupola is an octagon, with several windows, and a door opening upon the roof.
The replacement of conventional metallurgical coke in cupolas with anthracite fines formed into bricks with hydrolyzed collagen, lignin and other additives burn as fast as coke while producing 35-40% more energy per volume.
I am afflicted with the love of barn cupolas," the 67-year-old Albany, Minnesota, man says.
The striking cupola dome, rising 30 feet above the rooftop, is one of only a few residential cupolas in Manhattan.
Last year, $251,000 was appropriated by the city to repair the cupolas for City Hall and Kendall Hall.
The central dome collapsed and one of five smaller cupolas surrounding it was also destroyed by the fire, St.
The central dome collapsed and one of four smaller cupolas surrounding it - painted a striking light blue and spangled with gold stars - was also destroyed.
WITH A FOUNTAIN, CUPOLAS, AND OTHER AESTHETIC features, a 32,500-square-foot plaza serves as a campus centerpiece while alleviating a parking crunch for this Hyde Park, N.
SEI) will produce 55 cupolas for the reconnaissance and fire support variants of the Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT) in their St.
Majestically they rise up on the small island of Kizhi; an architectural ensemble of timber churches gracefully crowned by an array of cupolas, adorned with aspen shingles.
The design guidelines call for wide sidewalks that can accommodate outdoor dining, lush, resort-like landscaping, individualized buildings featuring towers, cupolas, balconies and other distinctive features.
Covered by a brightly colored layer of weather-resistant Luran S ASA from BASF, the new cupolas are not only weather resistant, but resistant also to fading, chipping, and cracking with prolonged exposure to sunlight.