the state of being bent or curved.
the use of arches in building.
a system or grouping of arches.
the use of arches or vaults in buildings
an arrangement of arches
arcuation ar·cu·a·tion (är’kyōō-ā’shən)
a dense, horizontal, roll-shaped cloud sometimes occurring at the lower front portion of a cumulonimbus. Historical Examples The Romans originally called their triumphal arch fornix, not arcus. Rambles in Rome S. Russell Forbes A view of this is given by Donati, who calls it the arcus Domitiani. Old Rome Robert Burn In elderly persons we […]
- Arcus cornealis
arcus cornealis arcus cornealis arcus cor·ne·a·lis (kôr’nē-ā’lĭs) n. An opaque, grayish ring at the periphery of the cornea just within the sclerocorneal junction, common among the elderly and resulting from a deposit of fatty granules in, or hyaline degeneration of, the lamellae and cells of the cornea. Also called anterior embryotoxon, arcus adiposus, arcus juvenilis, […]
- Arcus senilis
the appearance of a yellowish-gray lipid ring around the margin of the cornea, occurring in aging persons. Historical Examples In elderly persons we ought always to look for the arcus senilis, which is a sign of a tendency to fatty degeneration. A System of Practical Medicine by American Authors, Vol. I Various Moreover, there is […]
a town in NW Iran, near the Caspian Sea. Historical Examples Russian merchandize is landed there and forwarded to Azerbijn and Tabriz via Ardebil. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 7 Various Ardebil has a population of about 10,000, and post and telegraph offices. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 5 Various At […]