Definition of columniation in English:

columniation

Syllabification: co·lum·ni·a·tion
Pronunciation: /kəˌləmnēˈāSHən
 
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noun

Architecture
The use or arrangement of columns.
More example sentences
  • The diffracted beam columniation depends on the variable detector distance from the fixed scattering volume.
  • Lamp positions adjust for maximum columniation and optimum coverage.
  • So it is likely that this is actually a double star, a binary which is very close in separation that may be the mechanism that generates the columniation.

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