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archway

[′ärch‚wā]
(architecture)
A way or passage over which an arch extends.

Archway

A passageway through or under an arch, especially a long barrel vault.

archway

archway
A passage through or under an arch, especially when long, as under a barrel vault.
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The combined businesses will operate under the Archway brand.
- US-based The American Society of Clinical Oncology Journal has accepted the manuscript, "Reducing Cancer Costs through Symptom Management and Triage Pathways," for publication in its Journal of Oncology Practice (JOP), US-based healthcare improvement specialist Archway Health said.
The Twin Falls Archway Committee first met in November 2016, initially with a $150,000 fundraising target.
Tenders are invited for chimney conservation works - archways
Lidl initially sought permissions to demolish a number of derelict buildings on the site, including the archway to the Victory Pit.
Book publisher Archway Publishing revealed on Wednesday that it has published a new children's picture book by children's author Imelda Rose Sobiloff, titled Martina Ballerina.
Archway Academy offers young people a specialised education opportunity to gain qualifications and achievements that will help them to find employment or college places.
As executive managing director of Archway Academy, I am personally committed to our statement ethos, which is: "Integrity is non-negotiable, exceed expectations, challenge conventional wisdom, respect for all."
Lidl had sought permission to demolish a number of derelict buildings on the site, including the entrance archway to the Victory Pit.
In 2008, he joined Archway Sales as a CASE technical sales representative in the Ohio Valley and most recently was the Ohio Valley district manager for Nexeo Solutions CASE specialties business unit (formerly Archway Sales).
POLICE are investigating after a car drove into a brick archway at one of Coventry's oldest pubs.