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(pronounced like the letters C.O.L.: see-oh-el) See

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(pronounced kah-leh-NAYD) This term of classical architecture refers to a series of columns spaced at regular intervals that, in most instances, support the base of a roof structure and/or are at least connected by an entablature. See also:

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(pronounced KUH-lehr-way) This term is used in industries that have something to do with textiles: wallcoverings, carpets, and fabrics for anything from clothing to upholstery to window treatments. When a textile is designed, it is almost always manufactured in