dry rubble

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English-Russian architecture dictionary. 2015.

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  • dry rubble — noun : rubble masonry laid without mortar …   Useful english dictionary

  • Rubble — For other uses, see Rubble (disambiguation). Rubble is broken stone, of irregular size, shape and texture. This word is closely connected in derivation with rubbish , which was formerly also applied to what we now call rubble . Rubble naturally… …   Wikipedia

  • Dry stone — 17th century dry stone wall at Muchalls Castle, Scotland …   Wikipedia

  • rubble masonry — also called  rubblework        the use of undressed, rough stone, generally in the construction of walls (wall). Dry stone random rubble walls, for which rough stones are piled up without mortar, are the most basic form. An intermediate method is …   Universalium

  • Dry well — For the nuclear containment structure, see Boiling water reactors. Old drywell. A dry well is an underground structure that disposes of unwanted water, most commonly stormwater runoff, by dissipating it into the ground, where it merges with the… …   Wikipedia

  • dry well — noun 1. : dry hole 2 2. : a hole excavated in porous ground and usually covered and filled with loose gravel or rubble or walled (as with stone, brick, or cinder blocks) to receive water (as drainage from a roof) and allow it to percolate away *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • dry-stone wall — /ˌdraɪ stoʊn ˈwɔl/ (say .druy stohn wawl) noun a rubble or stone wall built without mortar. Also, dry wall …   Australian English dictionary

  • dry well — noun Date: circa 1942 a hole in the ground filled with gravel or rubble to receive drainage water and allow it to percolate away …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Disasters — ▪ 2009 Introduction Aviation       January 23, Poland. A Spanish built CASA transport plane carrying members of the Polish air force home from a conference on flight safety in Warsaw crashes near the town of Miroslawiec; all 20 aboard are killed …   Universalium

  • pre-Columbian civilizations — Introduction       the aboriginal American Indian (Mesoamerican Indian) cultures that evolved in Meso America (part of Mexico and Central America) and the Andean region (western South America) prior to Spanish exploration and conquest in the 16th …   Universalium

  • Masonry — This article refers to the building structure component; for the fraternal organization, see Freemasonry. A mason laying mortar on top of a finished course of blocks, prior to placing the next course. Masonry is the building of structures from… …   Wikipedia

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