MOULDINGS

, in Architecture, are certain projections beyond the naked of a wall, column, wainscot &c, the assemblage of which forms cornices, door-cases, and other decorations of architecture.

Mouldings

, are annexed to great guns by way of ornament, and perhaps in some parts for strength; and probably are derived from the hoops or rings which bound the long iron bars together, anciently used in making cannon.

MOYNEAU. See Moineau.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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MOTION
MOTRIX
MOVEABLE
MOVEMENT
* MOULDINGS
MULLER (John)
MULTANGULAR Figure
MULTILATERAL Figures
MULTINOMIAL
MULTIPLE