Definitions for "Arch"
Any part of a curved line.
Usually a curved member made up of separate wedge-shaped solids, with the joints between them disposed in the direction of the radii of the curve; used to support the wall or other weight above an opening. In this sense arches are segmental, round (i. e., semicircular), or pointed.
A flat arch is a member constructed of stones cut into wedges or other shapes so as to support each other without rising in a curve.
Autoregressive Conditional Heteroscedasticity. A time-series technique in which past observations of the variance are used to forecast future variances. See also GARCH.
Autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity
A category of conditionally heteroskedastic stochastic processes.
Any curvature in the form of an arch; as, the arch of the aorta.
A gentle curvature of the spine, which extends from the neck (or shoulders in some breeds) to the rear of the rabbit. It is best observed by viewing the animal in profile.
The gentle curvature of the spine, extending from the neck (or shoulders in some breeds) to the rear of the rabbit. Best observed by viewing the animal in side profile.
See: Arch, Shouldered / Arch, Skew / Arch, Stilted / Arch, Three-Centred / Arch, Two-Centred / Arch, Relieving / Arch, Drop / Arch, Elliptical / Arch, Round / Arch, Segmental / Arch, Segmental-Pointed / Arch, Semicircular / Arch, Caernarvon / Arch, Depressed / Arch, Equilateral / Arch, Four-centred / Arch, Lancet / Arch, Pointed / Arch, Ogee
A shallow, semicircular configuration, usually constructed of firebrick or similar material, in a steam locomotive firebox below the tubes. It is intended to promote more efficient fuel consumption and reduce the amount of smoke while protecting the flue tubes.
The overhead (usually flat) portion of the radiant firebox.
Keywords:  jaw, teeth, bony, erupt, dental
To form or bend into the shape of an arch.
The ensemble of teeth in either jaw in a horseshoe shape
A dental ridge; referring to the bony elevation from which tlie teeth erupt in the upper or lower jaw. Hougang Dental Centre
(of persons) highest in rank or authority or office; "his arch rival"
Victory of life; or victory in death B.P.O.E. Benevolent Protective Order of Elks
The ancient Roman commemorative monument in the shape of an arch. The bas relief sculpture on the Arch of Constantine depicts his victory over his rival Maxentius, in which he becomes the absolute monarch of the Roman empire.
Keywords:  skidding, towed, redo, log, lift
A trailer or structure in the shape of an inverted V or U, which is used in logging and is towed behind (or attached to the back of) the skidding machine, lifting one end of the logs off of the ground during the yarding operation.
A supporting device towed behind or mounted on a skidding vehicle and used to lift one end of a load of logs in order to reduce sliding resistance.
Process that copies the online redo log files to archival storage when they are full. ARCH is active only when a database's redo log is used in ARCHIVELOG mode. This is one of many background processes that are part of an ORACLE instance. See also background process, redo log.
Keywords:  roguish, sportively, sly, lad, cunning
Cunning or sly; sportively mischievous; roguish; as, an arch look, word, lad.
Any place covered by an arch; an archway; as, to pass into the arch of a bridge.
1.)An arch-shaped landform produced by weathering and differential erosion. 2.)A bridge of bone in the skull, such as zygomatic arch (Peters 1964).
natural arch-like opening in a rock mass (bridge, natural bridge, sea arch).
an incomplete white band, extending from a hamster's white underside to about half-way up the hamster's side, ending with a rounded edge
on the corner of Thatch and College... the Auburn arches
Window with two 90 degree bottom corners and a rounded top. Also known as an extended half round or extended round top.
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Chief; eminent; greatest; principal.
A chief.
Keywords:  skulduggery, criminal, expert
expert in skulduggery; "an arch criminal"
a melodic line that rises first and then descends to a cadence. Related terms: ascending, descending.
Keywords:  cpq, sgi, ibm, hardware, local
local hardware architecture, typically IBM, SGI, CPQ, etc.
Keywords:  spport, foot, shoes, heel, pad
A device inserted in or built into shoes to provide spport for the arch of the foot.
The arch of the foot is the area of the bottom of the foot between the heel pad and toe pad.
Keywords:  arcn, process, see
See archiver process (ARCn)
Action to Restore a Clean Humber – An environmental Non-Governmental Organization that started in 1989 in reaction to the fact that a polluted Humber River is harmful to health, recreation and economics.
Keywords:  upside, corridors, down
a upside down "u" used in the corridors.
Keywords:  unl, hall, catalog, map, library
The location code used in UNL Libraries catalog records for the Architecture Library, located in Architecture Hall, Room 308. See map.
(used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension
A web-based benchmarking tool for selected commercial building types developed by LBNL
Keywords:  hrms, browse, screens, employees, save
Various screens used to browse information on employees that has been archived (filed away) to save space in HRMS
Keywords:  ski, hit
hit ski
An arch is a promise that if you're single, you're soon to meet your ideal man/woman or is an indication that plans that have been seriously thought over will be put into action successfully
a special feature, which can be dramatically enhanced by both colour and fragrance
Keywords:  passageway
a passageway under an arch
Keywords:  kites, linked, collection, common, line
a collection of kites linked on a common line
Keywords:  illustrations
illustrations
Keywords:  perspective, garden, visual, great, way
a great way to change the visual perspective of a garden
Keywords:  prefix, greek, ancient
Greek prefix for ancient.
A technique for projecting future implied volatilities.
Keywords:  bones, series, forming
a series of bones forming a
Association of Residential Care Homes. An organisation of residential care providers.
Keywords:  channel, response, access
access response channel
Keywords:  cover
To cover with an arch or arches.
Keywords:  origin
arche origin
architecture(s)