from The Century Dictionary.
- In architecture, having columns coupled or placed in pairs, with an interval generally of one diameter and a half between the centers of the coupled columns, and of more than three diameters between the external columns of the pairs, measured from center to center. See cut under
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
intercolumniation, and aræosystyle.
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