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used in The Mark of Athena

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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
  • The stairwell was a cramped corkscrew of masonry, no more than six feet in diameter.
    p. 482.6
  • The statue grew so warm and bright that Annabeth could see more details of the shrine—the Roman masonry that had probably once been gleaming white, the dark bones of Arachne's past victims and meals hanging in the web, and the massive cables of silk that connected the floor to the ceiling.
    p. 552.7

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