On the west side is a recess with shafts of Purbeck marble and foliated cusps.
"Bournemouth, Poole & Christchurch" by Sidney Heath
On the lower row are interlacing semicircles in high relief forming foliated cusps and painted blue.
"Portuguese Architecture" by Walter Crum Watson
Some are of wood, others of stone; the former are mostly polygonal, with the panels enriched with foliation or tracery.
"Our Homeland Churches and How to Study Them" by Sidney Heath
I would rather have him show me an acanthus than a finished drawing of the foliation of a capital.
"Émile" by Jean Jacques Rousseau
Now observe: those old Greeks gave the shaft; Rome gave the arch; the Arabs pointed and foliated the arch.
"The Stones of Venice, Volume I (of 3)" by John Ruskin
No Gothic is either good or characteristic which is not foliated either in its arches or apertures.
"The Stones of Venice, Volume II (of 3)," by John Ruskin
The recesses on the sides of the other cusps indicate their single or double lines of foliation.
"The Stones of Venice, Volume III (of 3)" by John Ruskin
The smaller spaces are filled with carvings of animals, birds, flowers and foliated ornament.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 7" by Various
Cusping and foliation (which see) are features of tracery.
"Architecture" by Thomas Roger Smith
APOPH'YLLITE, a species of mineral of a foliated structure and pearly lustre, called also fish-eye stone.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 2" by Various
Side balls below the line of the top of the letters of "Prov., R. I.," and lower point of left foliation cuts into the left ball.
"History of the Postage Stamps of the United States of America" by John Kerr Tiffany
DYS'ODILE, a yellowish or greenish foliated carbonaceous substance found in Sicily originally, and derived from the decay of minute organisms.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia" by Various
Foliated masses of this mineral occur in the river cliffs in St. Clair county, Illinois.
"Scenes and Adventures in the Semi-Alpine Region of the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas" by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
In Titian's portrait of Ariosto there is a dark foliated background which gives great brilliancy to the picture, but no sky is visible.
"The Evolution of Photography" by John Werge
The AISLE-ARCADE is often very elegant; the arches are usually foliated, and covered with a straight-sided canopy.
"The Seven Periods of English Architecture" by Edmund Sharpe
Stem from a fibrous root, 2-foliate.
"The Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States" by Asa Gray
Each of these foliations is a permanent record of a certain epoch.
"Omphalos" by Philip Henry Gosse
In Gothic, again, with its grove-like ranges of clustered columns, we find rich foliated ornaments abundantly employed.
"Illustrations of Universal Progress" by Herbert Spencer
Dikes of igneous rocks may be followed into a region where they have been foliated by pressure.
"The Elements of Geology" by William Harmon Norton
Mr. Stillingfleet is the only person that has made correct observations upon the foliation of the trees and shrubs of this kingdom.
"Woodland Gleanings" by Charles Tilt
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Recall that, by Theorem 1.2, B 1 is foliated by ﬁbres, B 0 is foliated by vertical lines and there is a diffeomorphism between the space of ﬁbres and the space of vertical lines.
Morin singularities and global geometry in a class of ordinary differential operators
In the process, explicitness is lost: from the theorem (and its proof ), in the H case the domain and image are foliated by smooth surfaces, diffeomorphic to R2 , which are in turn foliated by ﬁbres.
Morin singularities and global geometry in a class of ordinary differential operators
In Mukohyama and Hayward deﬁne a double null foliation based on two foliations of null hypersurfaces labeled by ξ+ and ξ− .
Dynamical surface gravity
Instead of using a pseudo-foliation as Vickers and Wilson (the three dimensional submanifolds intersect in a two dimensional submanifold of space-time) we use the natural foliation Στ := {t = τ } stemming from the static coordinates.
The wave equation on static singular space-times
This foliation is called the Koszul foliation and we denote it by F∇ .
The complexifications of pseudo-Riemannian manifolds and anti-Kaehler geometry
Andersson, Mars and Simon [2, 3] showed that for a spacelike foliation of spacetime, if an initial slice contains a strictly stably outermost marginally outer trapped surface then that surface will be part of a horizon that can be foliated by marginally outer trapped surfaces.
Black holes and black hole thermodynamics without event horizons
The proportion of elements of a random walk of length n which are pseudo-Anosov with stable foliation in A and unstable foliation in B is asymptotic to ν (A)eν (B ).
Random Heegaard splittings
The Gromov boundary of the complex of curves, and hence the relative space, is the set formed by taking the foliations in PMF , the space of pro jective measured foliations on the surface, whose tra jectories contain no closed curves, and forgetting the measures, as shown by Klarreich , see also Hamensd¨adt .
Random Heegaard splittings
D stack families S I are said to be linearly independent provided that there exist D linearly independent foliations FI such that the leaves of the foliation FI is transverse to every stack in S I .
Semiclassical analysis of the Loop Quantum Gravity volume operator: I. Flux Coherent States
The arbitrariness in the choice of foliation is encoded in the lapse scalar N and the shift vector (tangent to the foliation) N a which imply that the time vector ta (deﬁned by ta (t) = 1) takes the form ta = N a + N na .
4d Lorentzian Holst action with topological terms
If P is a 2-plane in general position then the foliations Fr and Fρ are also Lyapunov foliations for α0,P .
Local Rigidity of Partially Hyperbolic Actions
If m ≥ n + 1, neutral foliation of the full split Cartan action, as well as any generic restriction contains not only the orbit foliation, but also compact part of the centralizer of the maximal split Cartan subgroup.
Local Rigidity of Partially Hyperbolic Actions
The neutral foliation for a generic restriction α0,G is a smooth foliation, we may use the Hirsch-Pugh-Shub structural stability theorem [, Chapter 6].
Local Rigidity of Partially Hyperbolic Actions
Notice that the latter foliations have only H¨older leaves but we are justiﬁed in calling them Lyapunov foliations since they are images of Lyapunov foliations for a smooth perturbed action under a H¨older conjugacy.
Local Rigidity of Partially Hyperbolic Actions
If P is a generic 2-plane with respect to Φ then the foliations Fr and Fρ are also Lyapunov foliations for α0,P .
New Cases of Differential Rigidity for Non-Generic Partially Hyperbolic Actions
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