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masonry
used in The Two Towers

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stone or brick parts of a structure such as a building or wall; or the craft of building with such materials
  • I saw iron posts and blocks of masonry go rocketing up hundreds of feet, and smash against the windows of Orthanc.
    3.9 -- Book 3 Chapter 9 -- Flotsam and Jetsam (56% in)
  • The handiwork of Men of old could still be seen in its straight sure flight and level course: now and again it cut its way through hillside slopes, or leaped over a stream upon a wide shapely arch of enduring masonry; but at last all signs of stonework faded, save for a broken pillar here and there, peering out of bushes at the side, or old paving-stones still lurking amid weeds and moss.
    4.4 -- Book 4 Chapter 4 -- Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit (12% in)

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