broken arch


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an arch with a gap at the apex

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And she may still exist in undiminished vigor when some traveler from New Zealand shall in the midst of a vast solitude take his stand on a broken arch of London Bridge to sketch the ruins of St.
For a short time the broken arch was filled, as it were, by a Cupid's head with wings, such as one used to find in sale-room catalogues, out-dated and offered for a song.
Also noteworthy is an 18th Century English grandfather tall case clock with walnut case, broken arch top, twisted columns and painted face and a Hitchcock 3-piece bedroom suite.
A hearth consisting of two tree type prominences standing close together on the E limb was seen on June 5, and a large broken arch was seen at SW20[degrees] on June 10.
A long broken arch prominence was on the SE limb on May 16 along with another arch on the NE limb.