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- adj. not having columns
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The land my father built our house on—our unromantic, uncolumned, unnamed, Miami-windowed ranch house—had once been planted in corn and Sea Island cotton by Robert Butler, a Philadelphian who had soldiered with Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815.
The Royal Shakespeare Company will spend several hundred thousand dollars donated by Ohio State University to construct a full-size replica of their new theater in Stratford-upon-Avon, ship it in pieces to NYC, and assemble it in the Park Avenue Armory's massive Drill Hall, which has 55,000 square feet of uncolumned space.
The replica will be shipped in pieces to New York and assembled in the Armory's monumental Drill Hall, which has 55,000 square feet of uncolumned space.