a deep concave molding between two fillets, as in the Attic base.
- Also called trochilus.
How to use scotia in a sentence
Its name comes from the traditions of the Mi’kmaq First Nation of Nova scotia, Canada.What biologists call a species is becoming more than just a name | Jack J. Lee | October 14, 2021 | Science News For Students
HALIFAX, Nova scotia—It's amazing what some fresh Nova scotia air can do.Politics End In Halifax As Democratic and GOP Senators Seek Common Ground on National Security | Tim Mak | November 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The couple will visit Pictou County for an event to celebrate Celtic heritage in Nova scotia.
On Thursday, Nova scotia Premier Darrell Dexter said he had ordered four government departments to investigate Rehtaeh's death.
Take Stacie, a stay-at-home mom in Nova scotia, Canada, who's struggled with sex-related pain for years.
September 1998: Swissair 111 crashes near Nova scotia with 229 on board.
On that fatal day in August on which war broke out we were in Nova scotia.Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland | Joseph Tatlow
But the Wizard of the North touched scotia's rough hills with the rosy hues of his romance.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car | Thomas D. Murphy
The citizens of Halifax, Nova scotia, celebrated the 108th anniversary of the settlement of that place.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
A large number of loyalists were now leaving the States and settling in Nova scotia.History of Prince Edward Island | Duncan Campbell
Just at the edge of the corona a line should be cut in, called the scotia.Ten Books on Architecture | Vitruvius
British Dictionary definitions for scotia
a deep concave moulding, esp one used on the base of an Ionic column between the two torus mouldings
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