natural arch


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natural arch

[′nach·rəl ′ärch]
(geology)
A landform similar to a natural bridge but not formed by erosive agencies.
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However, with my 15-inch I had seen a peculiar effect in the middle of the area which suggested the existence of a natural arch and I asked for confirmation among his friends, as his own 4-inch was inadequate for the purpose.
We drove on to one of Gozo's most stunning natural features, the azure window at Dwejra, a huge natural arch in the sea cliffs which, apart from providing a very photogenic backdrop to day trippers, is a popular area with divers and snorkellers.
Raise a plate, dumbbell or medicine ball above the head, then bend at the knees with back straight in a natural arch (no rounding of the back that will place too much stress on the lower back) and bring the object through both legs (almost like hiking a football), then stand up and hold the object with outstretched arms at chest level and twist from left to right.
They recorded in their journals the natural arch called Pierced Rock (Roche Percee').
And on the dramatic north coast is the Natural Arch, a geological bridge covered with nesting puffins, shags, cormorants and oystercatchers.
The light pressure used in the Damon System stimulates broad, natural arch development, which results in a fuller smile and provides a strong foundation for long-lasting facial beauty.
have a thin, flexible, cushioned foot bed with natural arch support due to the position of the slot insert.
You can walk through it where the branches form a natural arch over the path.
At low tide the island is accessible, look for the natural arch.
One of the best ways to see the area is by boat, with many trips leaving from Wick Harbour, giving you the chance to explore the bay and visit the Stack O' Brough - a breathtaking natural arch just south of Wick, known locally as Scorries Island.
A length of cotton is used to catch and pull out facial hairs and to shape the brows into a perfect, natural arch.
This stunning natural arch, a roost for birdlife was cut by waves.

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