Here we again find the boveda, the corbel roof, the pointed arch observed in previous buildings.
I'll be back at the office as soon as I get this corbel laid.
Occasionally, when the building was wide, it was impossible to corbel the walls sufficiently to make them meet.
You know how to lay a corbel, but just now you couldn't tell me how much cribbing was coming.
Newbury Church was rebuilt by "Jack of Newbury," and the date of its completion may be seen on a corbel.
There is no triforium, its position being taken throughout the church by corbel tables in the form of human and animal faces.
The topmost stone of this inner jamb is enlarged into a corbel to support the lintel, and is carved with a large face.
Skew corbel, a stone placed at the base of the sloping side of a gable wall to resist any sliding tendency of the sloping coping.
The corbel table around the presbytery and transept walls is bold and peculiar, and is of two patterns.
corbel Table, a lino of small corbels placed at short distances apart supporting a parapet or arcade.