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Cornerstone
the first stone laid for a building that determined the entire measurement. It bore most of the weight and often was carved with the name of the builder
Arch
a curved construction; a doorway or gateway having a curved construction
solar
pertaining to the sun, from the sun as light or heat
flint
a hard stone, a piece of hard stone used for striking fire;
mortar
a mixture of lime or cement or a combination of both with sand and water, used as a bonding agent between stones, bricks, etc.
study of acoustics
the branch of physics that studies sound and sound waves; the study of sound; the qualities of a room that determine the level of sound inside
cathedral
huge, magnificent churches that were built in the Middle Ages
bibliography
a list of references used in research of a report, article, or book
pulley
use of a wheel to transmit force to or from a moving rope or cable that travels in a grove