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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of cantilever.


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  • Published and architecturally significant, the residence is made up of two unique glass and steel boxes perched in and cantilevered from a series of exposed poured concrete walls.

    Lake Hollywood House by Mills Studio

  • Balance breaks the mold of most prefabs, offering highly functional floor plans and architectural features such as cantilevered roofs.

    Method Homes completes its first prefab cabin

  • Built in 2000, the Slauerhoffbrug is a kind of cantilevered drawbridge, but skewed to one side.

    Google Sightseeing

  • This part of the building, the place where it relaxes and puts its feet up, is housed in a cantilevered steel and glass tower that seems to be breaking away from the main structure.

    James Murdoch's Sky scraper

  • He followed her to a peculiar object cantilevered off the side of the deck.

    Gideon’s war

  • He tore down blocks of old Baghdadi houses, with their graceful cantilevered balconies, and replaced them with a row of identical brown brick townhouses.

    Day of Honey

  • The lower floors of the building were cantilevered out—surely there was a way to climb down if I was careful.


  • I must be near the top of this damned skyscraper, I thought, remembering those cantilevered shelves that stretched over the ocean.


  • On a seatpost clamp stand, their cantilevered nature is less stable.

    Ask Nick: Calling Car 1, come in Car 1. And more.

  • But heh -- it's a helluva lot cheaper to slap sharerows on pavement than it is to hang cantilevered bike lanes on a bridge, build a bike path under a bridge, or complete the BGT missing link.

    Why We Should Fund “Walk Bike Ride” « PubliCola


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