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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36 people were treated with the gothic arch tracing method (group 1:23 women with an average age of 58.4) and 36 people were treated with the wax occlusal rims method (group II, 18 women with an average age of 61.7).
No aortic aneurysms, bronchial compression, or Gothic arch deformities occurred during midterm follow-up, and good follow-up results have been observed with low rates of reintervention for restenosis.
Today, Gothic Arch Greenhouses is one of the most trusted greenhouse suppliers, and a willing partner to help schools of all sizes and budgets implement a greenhouse project, which helps to establish a quality foundation of horticultural training for their students.
Caption: Figure 2 Use of "gothic arch" to restore height of humeral head.
The Hugh Lord Despenser tomb, the Founders Chapel and the Trinity Chapel are arranged between the Gothic arches of the chancel at Tewkesbury Abbey, with the effigies and altars orientated to the high altar, as a necklace of chapels.
We note, too, that the figure of Tellus Mater in the Roman relief about which he then dreams seems to him to "lean," "gravely inclin[ing] herself" (David Jones, SL 19), rather as the Gothic arch obliquely leans from the vertical in a visual trope of angelic care for this world.
The machine is equipped with a diamond roll contour dresser for dressing complex topping and non-topping wheel forms including: full radius and gothic arch; acme with crest and root radii or chamfers; as well as 60[degrees], Whitworth, ISO, buttress, and other thread forms.
Walking through the colorful Gothic arch, you're surprised to find a large, modern building, sleek and smooth, that houses the new visitor's center, including ticket counters, information displays, a slick new restaurant, the indispensable gift shop and the restored Historic Asolo Theater.
The more dominant, center gable, which is crowned with a large gothic arch, carries through from front to back; all the rooms revolve around the center stair hall.
The two-track, gothic arch ball groove geometry makes the units suitable for single rail applications with moment loads.
Overcoming heartbreak, bits of debris which must have been almost unrecognizable have been lovingly replaced in their former position with the most painstaking care, a piece of pointed Gothic arch here, a section of a pillar there, the whole a monument to determination and faith.
Wheels that run on the rails have Gothic arch profiles that generate little friction between rail and roller, according to Steve Wood, who manages ATR-Strothmann's automotive business development.