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


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  • Secondly, the Netherlands was a so-called “pillarized” society, in which each religious-ideological grouping had its own social, cultural and political network.

    Modern Netherlands.

  • This is the old Denver Post Office, pillarized completely … pillars were meant in ancient times to create a certain geometric grace via formulae: a certain height of pillar and radius of pillar carries a mathematical aesthetic as compared to width or depth of the pediment and other structures surrounding.

    The Moderate Voice


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