Rustication

Masonry made of rough stone whose outer surface is only roughly dresssed. Also known as en bosse

Rustication

• (n.) The act of rusticating, or the state of being rusticated; specifically, the punishment of a student for some offense, by compelling him to leave the institution for a time. • (n.) Rustic work.
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rustication

noun the action of retiring to and living in the country
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Rustication

[academia] Rustication is a term used at Oxford, Cambridge and Durham Universities to mean being sent down or expelled temporarily, or, in more recent times, to leave temporarily for welfare and/or health reasons. The term derives from the Latin word rus, countryside, to indicate that a student has been sent back to his or her family in the...
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Rustication

[architecture] In classical architecture rustication is an architectural feature that contrasts in texture with the smoothly finished, squared-block masonry surfaces called ashlar. Rusticated masonry is usually squared off but left with a more or less rough outer surface and wide joints that emphasize the edges of each block. Rustication is...
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Rustication

[UK military] Rustication is a term used in the British military to describe the process of posting a person or relocating a unit from London (or a command HQ) to elsewhere in the country. ...
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Rustication

Rus`ti·ca'tion noun [ Latin rusticatio .] 1. The act of rusticating, or the state of being rusticated; specifically, the punishment of a student for some offense, by compelling him to leave the institution for a time. 2. (Architecture) Rustic work.
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Rustication

A method of treating masonry. Large, rectangular blocks of stone project from the wall with deeply emphasized joints. Lightly hewn blocks are known as 'boasted' or 'droved' ashlars.
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Rustication

A term used in classical architecture to describe the emphasis of regular masonry by forming the edges of individual stones. In 18th century buildings the quoins are frequently emphasised by chamfering. The lower parts of classical buildings often have the horizontal joints channelled. There are numerous other ways of applying rustication, too comp...
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Rustication

Chamfers or square sinking
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rustication

in architecture, type of decorative masonry achieved by cutting back the edges of stones to a plane surface while leaving the central portion of the ... [1 related articles]
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Rustication

masonry characterized by smooth or roughly textures block faces, and strongly emphasized recessed joint.
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Rustication

Masonry prepared in such a way that it gives a rough and rugged surface, cut in large blocks; often used at the base of a wall.
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Rustication

Rusticated stonework composed of large blocks of masonry separated by wide, recessed joints; often imitated in other materials for decorative purposes.
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rustication

rustication (rŭstikā'shun) , in building construction, method of creating textures upon masonry wall surfaces, chiefly upon those of stone, by projecting the blocks beyond the surface of the mortar joints. Each joint thus lies in a channel or in a V-shaped groove, between adjoining s...
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rustication

the roughened finish, naturally or artificially created, on blocks of stone or masonry, and the deep engraving of the joints between the blocks; rustication is often used on the facade of the ground floor of a Palladian building.
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Rustication

worked ashlar stone with faces left rough
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Rustication

worked ashlar stone with faces left rough
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Rustication

Worked ashlar stone with the faces left rough.
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Rustication

Worked ashlar stone with the faces left rough.
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rustication

[n] - the condition naturally attaching to life in the country 2. [n] - the construction of masonry or brickwork in a rustic manner 3. [n] - the action of retiring to and living in the country 4. [n] - (British) temporary dismissal of a student from a university 5. [n] - banishment into the country
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