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Revet

verb
(past & past part. revetted;pres. part. revetting)
1.
Construct a revetment.
2.
Face with a layer of stone or concrete or other supporting material so as to retain.



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"Revet" Quotes from Famous Books



... St. Martin's Lane. When the note relating to it was written, I could, not place my hand upon a Brochure (in my possession) published at Rouen in 1823,[176] containing an archaeological description of this Statue by M. Revet, and a scientific account of its component parts, by M. Houton La Billardiere, Professor of Chemistry at Rouen. The former embodied his remarks in two letters addressed to the Prefect of the Lower Seine. A print of the figure in its then extremely mutilated state, is prefixed; but ...
— A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume One • Thomas Frognall Dibdin



Words linked to "Revet" :   make, build, construct, face



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