Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A hollow concave molding at or near the base of a column.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A concave molding, used especially beneath the eye, as in the bases of columns between the fillets of the tori.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Arch.) A concave molding used especially in classical architecture.
  • noun Poetic Scotland.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun architecture A concave molding with a lower edge projecting beyond the top.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Latin, from Greek skotiā, from feminine of skotios, dark, shadowy (from the shadow it casts), from skotos, darkness.]

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From Latin scotia, from Ancient Greek σκοτία (skotia, "dark, shadowy").

Examples

  • I stayed in the cheapest place available in all of jamaica, it's called the scotia guesthouse and cost 600 jamaican dollars, the rate was welcome after staying in expensive kingston for 10 days.

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  • Admincrittur: "But [Subject Taught by Department with Huge Deficit in Same College] requires intellectual rigor that weaker students are not capable of." scotia: "So you are telling me that my subject does not require intellectual rigor?"

    Wired Campus

  • Admincrittur: "But [Subject Taught by Department with Huge Deficit in Same College] requires intellectual rigor that weaker students are not capable of." scotia: "So you are telling me that my subject does not require intellectual rigor?"

    Wired Campus

  • (do a page search for "scotia") how odd that she would mention it in an article, and be sitting next to you? astronomical coincidence, if'n you ask me.

    verdict: not guilty, yr'honor

  • Admincrittur: "We need you to teach more students because your department can recruit them and you have to get the income subsidize the departments that attract fewer students." scotia: "We have exceeded our recruitment targets in every one of the last four semesters so rather than asking staff to teach more and weaker students we would like to recruit fewer students of higher quality and reduce our surplus.

    Wired Campus

  • Admincrittur: "But if you take fewer students [Department with Huge Deficit in Same College] will have to take more students." scotia: "That is what we want.

    Wired Campus

  • Admincrittur: "We need you to teach more students because your department can recruit them and you have to get the income subsidize the departments that attract fewer students." scotia: "We have exceeded our recruitment targets in every one of the last four semesters so rather than asking staff to teach more and weaker students we would like to recruit fewer students of higher quality and reduce our surplus.

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  • The service fee for the purchase is ususally $5 plus a likely shipping fee if you had to deal with a local scotia branch.

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  • Canadian Silver Bug said ... majestic is slow to lower prices on the way down but rarely let the premium go over 1.75, today for example the price is 13.64 US and 15 at majestic which I think is quite fair, the 1 oz premium is 3 at scotia and up to 5 for maples.

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  • Everything from high-end corned beef hash (if there is such a thing) to eggs benedict to pancakes to Irish steel cut oatmeal with berries and a fancy nova scotia salmon plate with bagels and creamcheese.

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