Gothic arch


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Gothic arch

A loose term often denoting any arch with a point at its apex, such as a lancet arch.
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Surgical modification for preventing a gothic arch after aortic arch repair without the use of foreign material.
Jones's remarks on the "choice" common to pure intelligences and men and the bodies shared by men and beasts--on men as combining the free will of angels above them with the sensory perception of animals below and therefore as creatures of the sign--is only an elaboration, using premodern conceits of thought, of Ruskin on the "novelty" integral to the Gothic arch.
We displayed all the steps that led up to the finished window--the paper Gothic arch windows, the wildflower studies, the wildflower drawings, and the individual maquettes and window cartoons.
The set consisted of a hooped gothic arch and some crouched grey gargoyles around the stage.
A solid oak porch with gothic arch glazed panels forms an impressive entrance.
Their materials hold together thanks to internal forces, whether in a gothic arch or in interwoven blades of grass.
Originally built in 1401, it became the village school in the 17th century and among its treasures are original walls and buttresses, a Gothic arch doorway with carved Tudor roses and 17th-century window tracery.
Accuracy is achieved by using a gothic arch ball groove geometry that enables single rail, smooth operation.
The word ogive is an architectural term that refers both to a pointed Gothic arch and to the diagonal rib of a vault, two of which cross at the vault's center.
Edmund Turbeville Williams and completed in 1862 in a neo-Gothic style much of which remains today with Gothic arch windows, a striking conical turret and finished in ashlar stone with Bath stone dressings.
Bedrooms seven and eight both have Gothic arch features and charming fireplaces.
They feature Gothic Arch ball groove geometry to assure smooth, quiet, single rail operation.