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Use "arcading" in a sentence
"The arcading is a nineteenth-century imitation of Norman work; the pavement is glaringly modern."
""the roof is red-tiled," says a recent observer, "the long blank wall faced with rough-cast of a warm yellowish tinge, and supported on a range of broad and low timber arcading, which is, in its turn, supported by a dwarf wall some three feet in height.""
"The row of blind arcading see p18 around the outside is distinctly pre-Norman, but the most remarkable features are the "Bradford Angels" – two finely carved relief sculptures of flying angels, carrying cloths to wipe a long-disappeared Christ on the cross."