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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Corbeling Corbel work or the construction of corbels; a series of corbels or piece of continuous corbeled masonry, sometimes of decorative purpose, as in the stalactite ornament of the Moslems.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n corbeling In building, an overlapping arrangement of stones, bricks, etc., each course projecting beyond the one below it.
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In literature:

The roof was flat, but had been richly gilt and painted, and was sustained by corbels of angels, divinely carved.
"Endymion" by Benjamin Disraeli
Lower down there is some late-Norman interlaced arcading resting on carved corbels.
"Yorkshire Painted And Described" by Gordon Home
He decked with foliage and fruit the bosses above and the corbels below.
"Literary and General Lectures and Essays" by Charles Kingsley
If you wish to throw out any bold projection, you may support it on a long and sloping corbel of brickwork.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 601, July 9, 1887" by Various
He decked with foliage and fruit the bosses above and the corbels below.
"Health and Education" by Charles Kingsley
Corbels and Bosses, 32, 35.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Exeter" by Percy Addleshaw
This was carried out in 1902-1904, the footways being carried on granite corbels, on which are mounted cornices and open parapets.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3" by Various
The end of the south aisle is decorated with corbels and parapet, like the choir, and with pinnacled buttresses.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Carlisle" by C. King Eley
It rests on corbels, each alternate one being carved with a grotesque head.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Durham" by J. E. Bygate
Aisle and clerestory both show a plain parapet and corbels.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Winchester" by Philip Walsingham Sergeant
White pigeons hovered or perched on niche and corbel.
"Brother Copas" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
There is a sloping hipped roof to the window, and a broad moulded corbel below it.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Priory Church of St. Bartholomew-the-Great, Smithfield" by George Worley
Each of the large corbels springs at its lowest point from the sculptured grotesque figure of a man or animal.
"Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys" by Dugald Butler and Herbert Story
The vaulting corbels are all that remain.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church of Tewkesbury" by H. J. L. J. Massé
An octagonal tower of two storeys rises above the corbelled eaves.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 2" by Various
The central octagon is covered with a lofty dome with immense corbel buttresses of vigorous and fine design.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 4" by Various
The same feature when employed in an upper storey and supported by corbels or brackets is known as an oriel window.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Slice 4" by Various
Note corbel of overlapping bricks which stops cornice.
"Virginia Architecture in the Seventeenth Century" by Henry Chandlee Forman
Its roof is built on corbels, and it has openings through which to throw down stones or scalding water upon an enemy.
"Curiousities of Great Britain: England and Wales Delineated Vol. 1" by Thomas Dugdale
These figures were always represented with corbels or baskets on their heads.
"Stones of the Temple" by Walter Field

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All about projects using vintage and salvaged architectural details and materials, including newel posts, columns, corbels, and more.

In science:

Radio emission has also been shown to be correlated with soft and hard X-ray emission (Hannikainen et al. 1998; Brocksopp et al. 1999; Corbel et al. 2000).
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
Recent observations of X-ray novae have shown that the compact jet was an ubiquitous property of BHCs in the low/hard state (Fender 2001a; Corbel et al. 2001a and references therein).
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
The compact jet seems to be quenched in the Intermediate/Very High states, i.e. in any state where a strong soft X-ray component exists (Corbel et al. 2001a).
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
Hannikainen et al. (1998) first pointed out that the radio and X-ray emission in GX 339−4 were strongly correlated during the low/hard state, a correlation which has been studied in more details by Corbel et al. (2000) using a longer extensive set of data.
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
The typical spectral index of the inverted spectral component in the radio regime has been found to be around +0.15 during the most sensitive radio observations performed in the low/hard state (Corbel et al. 2000).
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
Based on this RXTE spectrum and on the radio - X ray correlation (Corbel et al.
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
The base of the jet is probably located very close to, or co-existent with, the corona (Fender et al. 1999), which would explain why there is a very strong coupling between the hard X-ray emission from the corona and the radio emission from the compact jet (Hannikainen et al. 1998; Corbel et al. 2000).
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
The square symbols is the level of radio emission at 8640 MHz estimated from the measured X-ray fluxes based on the existing correlation between radio and X-ray emission (Corbel et al. 2002).
Near-infrared synchrotron emission from the compact jet of GX339-4
Corbel et al (2002) demonstrated that in microquasars we can study in real time the formation and dynamical evolution of the working surfaces (lobes) of relativistic jets far away from the centres of ejection, on time scales inaccessible for AGN.
Microquasars as sources of high energy phenomena
BHXBs come from the stability in the orientation of the electric vector in the radio polarisation maps of GX 339−4 over a two year period (Corbel et al. 2000).
Accretion modes and jet production in black hole X-ray binaries
Rodriguez, J., Pooley, G., Hannikainen, D.C., Lehto, H.J., Belloni, T., Cadolle-Bel, M., Corbel, S. 2006, in “Proceedings of the VI Microquasar Workshop: Microquasars and Beyond ”, Eds T.
A SIMBOL-X View of Microquasars
Corbel, in Identification of Defects in Semiconductors, edited by M.
Si nanoparticle interfaces in Si/SiO2 solar cell materials
In GBHC systems low state GBHC jets have been resolved (Stirling et al. 2001) and studied over a wide range of GBHC luminosity variation (Corbel et al. 2000, 2003).
Does Sgr A* Have an Intrinsic Magnetic Moment Instead of an Event Horizon?
Although the - also non-thermal - hard X-ray emission in XRBs is generally attributed to the corona, in some microquasars a correlation between radio and X-rays is observed during the low-hard state (Corbel et al. 2003, Gallo et al. 2003).
Radiative models for jets in X-ray binaries
Tappert ed., Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series Vol. 447, Distribution of High Mass X-Ray Binaries in the Milky Way. p. 265 Corbel S., et al., 2003, Astron.
Radiative models for jets in X-ray binaries