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Word for the Week: July 31

Clerestory: pronounced "clear-a story" or "clear story"
An outside wall that rises above the rest of the roof, containing windows.

An architectural term that historically referenced the walls which rose above the lower roofs of the aisles and contained windows in a Roman basilica, Romanesque, or Gothic church.

Modern usage: Any windows above eye level. Used to let in light.

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