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Jump to new posts Re: Master masons by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 10:07 PM

At the time of the old city's founding, The builders used stones without rounding; They progressed to smooth rocks, Then fine ashlar blocks Their rate of advance was astounding. RISK ROISTER
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Jump to new posts Halfway home by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 09:11 PM

MULLION PRONUNCIATION: (MUHL-yuhn) MEANING: noun: A vertical piece of stone, wood, metal, etc., dividing a window or other opening. ETYMOLOGY: From transposition of sounds of Middle English moniel, from Anglo-Norman moynel, from Latin medius
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Jump to new posts Re: joke by A C Bowden @ 10/16/14 09:16 PM

Bertrand Russell was giving a lecture in logic to a group of students. He was explaining why a contradictory statement cannot be true. "If you accept a contradiction", he said, "it follows that absolutely anything you can think of, no matter how ri
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