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(pronounced A-buh-kuss) Though this Greek-sounding word describes one of those ancient "calculators" made of beads and rods, it also has a definition related to architecture: the uppermost flat slab on the top of a pilaster or capital of a

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(pronounced AB-ruh-gayt ) If you abrogate something, then you either treat it as if it doesn’t exist or you abolish or annul it. Yes, it’s a strong verb, so use it carefully! EXAMPLE: The architectural firm’s decade-old rule that had