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Synonyms for arc

to swerve from a straight line

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a continuous portion of a circle

something curved in shape

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form an arch or curve

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You or I walking beneath the arcs of Main Street, or Broadway, or State Street, could not have moved more surely or with a tenth the speed of the agile ape-man through the gloomy mazes that would have baffled us entirely.
Carter Druse grew pale; he shook in every limb, turned faint, and saw the statuesque group before him as black figures, rising, falling, moving unsteadily in arcs of circles in a fiery sky.
He brought our Saviour to the western side Of that high mountain, whence he might behold Another plain, long, but in breadth not wide, Washed by the southern sea, and on the north To equal length backed with a ridge of hills That screened the fruits of the earth and seats of men From cold Septentrion blasts; thence in the midst Divided by a river, off whose banks On each side an Imperial City stood, With towers and temples proudly elevate On seven small hills, with palaces adorned, Porches and theatres, baths, aqueducts, Statues and trophies, and triumphal arcs, Gardens and groves, presented to his eyes Above the highth of mountains interposed-- By what strange parallax, or optic skill Of vision, multiplied through air, or glass Of telescope, were curious to enquire.
development has brought about two things : (1) a series of functional connections among arcs which run from visual receptor to muscles of throat, and (2) a series of already earlier connected arcs which run from the same receptor to the bodily muscles.
An analysis of data gathered by the Voyager spacecraft when it passed by Neptune in 1989 now suggests that a single satellite circling Neptune may supply the pattern of gravitational forces necessary to keep orbiting material confined to arcs.
The ARC Video Subsystem requires as little as 160 MHz, with low power consumption and small die size, to decode a 1.
The other arc stretches about 6,000 miles and lies some 32,300 miles from the planet's core.
The recent discovery of a luminous arc in which the three images are not completely merged supports this picture.
Following the special meeting, ARC filed an amendment to its charter restricting certain acquisitions of its securities in order to preserve the benefit of its net operating losses for tax purposes and deleting certain provisions which are no longer applicable as a result of the revocation of ARC's status as a real estate investment trust.
Among the ARC customers, partners, and OEMs showcasing solutions at CES 2007 are:
In the rights offering, ARC will distribute to each holder of record of its common stock as of 5:00 p.
Profitability levels also improved as ARC posted a net income of $488,000 in fiscal 2005 and $2.
The Silicon Valley venue was a successful conclusion to the 2006 ConfigCon developer conference series that is educating the worldwide semiconductor industry on configurability," said Derek Meyer, senior vice president of sales and marketing at ARC International.
and ARC International (LSE:ARK), the world leader in configurable CPU/DSP cores and application subsystems, announced that Boston Circuits has taken a license for the ARC([TM]) 750D configurable CPU for integration into Boston Circuits' gCORE[TM] family of multicore processors.
The new VRaptor architecture has been designed from the ground up with the needs of media-intensive applications in mind," said Peter Hutton, senior vice president of engineering at ARC International.