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la·cu·nar

(lă-kū'năr),
Relating to a lacuna.

lacunar

[lakyo̅o̅′nər]
Etymology: L, lacuna, pit
pertaining to or characterized by the presence of pits, depressions, hollows, or spaces.

la·cu·nar

(lă-kū'năr)
Relating to a lacuna.
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Salini is completing the foundations of the dam in concrete works and is working on the structures for the diversion of the river which will include the diversion culvert and work on the second phase of the coffer dam.
Chipperfield Architects and McCarthy representatives also determined that the coffer ceiling beams would carry epoxy-coated rebar and warrant single-use of Peri form board to maintain finish consistency, eliminate camber and spalling, and impart hard 90-degree effect on the grids' most visible portions.
5cm cube fresh ginger, grated, 1 stalk chopped lemon grass, soy sauce, 2 large chicken fillets cut in thin strips or 3 x 150g salmon fillets cubed, skin removed, or 250g cubed tofu; 2 Nick Coffer and Archie on book cover and noodle soup recipe carrots, grated, 150g finely sliced mangetout or sugar snap peas method?
COFFERS or linen chests are probably the most common pieces of domestic country furniture around in auction sales, surviving from as early as the 17th Century.
Two fine sarcophagus-shaped coffers called toilette [toilet coffer], in contre-partie marquetry, with a tortoiseshell ground, copper & tin, opening on the top & forming the dome, framed with mouldings, the corners with masks, the front and sides enriched with masks and scrolled volutes, each placed on a stand with an entablature including a marquetry panel, opening with a drawer embellished with frames & scrolls, supported by four consoles with female figures with stretchers; the back with a marquetry panel within a frame, the whole in gilt-bronze.
The agency said it has issued its first electronic contract modification through eMod, which is available at the cOffer site.
Coffer, a pupil at Hermitage School, was always in control as he tracked the leaders in the early stages of the race before making his bid for glory just before the midway point.
Turning to the Boulle furniture securely attributed to the master himself, the north-west corner of the Third State Room displays a sarcophagus-shaped toilet coffer and stand, veneered with contre-partie marquetry of tortoiseshell on a ground of pewter and dating from about 1684 (Fig.
Chester-le-street's Andrew Coffer won Saturday's BUPA Junior Great North Run held at the Quayside.
SIR - The health and safety reasons espoused for not recovering the remains of the stern of the Newport mediaeval ship are inconsistent with the preliminary digging which would have been necessary prior to driving in the shuttering of the coffer dam.
The GCF faces a key test at the UN summit as it looks to the leaders of the industrialized world to stump up billions of dollars to fill its under flowing coffers.
A PUBLIC relations agency has donated more than pounds 500 of office equipment and pledged its time for free to help swell the coffers of a music-based cancer charity.