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Common First and Second Pointed moulding on vault-ribs and elsewhere, resembling the keel of a ship, in section consisting of two ogees or convex curves meeting at an arris, and sometimes at a fillet. Some authorities hold that a keel-moulding consists of two curves meeting at an arris rather than a fillet.

Subjects: Architecture.

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