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> In a message dated 8/22/05 9:06:15 PM, oshin(--nospam--at)kcematrixinc.com writes:
>> How about Cornice?
>>
>> I think if there's only one it would be a unicornice.

And here:

http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/travel/seattle/s17.htm

We have one of the most famous examples of Cornice work, at the top of the
Cobb Building in Seattle, WA.

In fact, most architects have heard of the famous

"CORNICE ON THE COBB."


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