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- On the command, the saber team raises their sabers into a high arch, with tips nearly touching and the blades facing up and away from the bride and groom.
- A high arch is shown in the east wall. It had been made for a choir addition that was never completed and had been only sealed with a temporary wall of inferior construction until the church's destruction.
- It is known locally as the Tickle Tummy Bridge or Tickle Tummy Hill because of its high arch relative to its short length.
- The other notable structure is the "Roman" bridge across the Trubia River, which dates from the medieval period. It consists of a 1.5-m-high arch and is 4 meters wide between railings.
- It consists of the high arch of a single steel box girder, with treads, brutalist railings and gates.
- ] high arch that survived until at least 1800.
- ] high arch. On the underside is the "omphalos" (Greek for "navel"), a concave chamber that warps and multiplies reflections.
- The central one consists of a high arch between two sloping towers.
- Hornby produces a ready-to-run model of the J15 in 00 gauge (4 mm) in BR (with the rebuilt high-arched cab roof) and LNER liveries (both as-built and high-arch cab roofs).
- The high arch and its reflection form a circle, symbolizing the moon.
- The Rudolphian crown has three distinct, principal elements, which symbolise the right to rule: the circlet with its fleur-de-lis mounts in the shape of a royal crown (Rudolf II was the King of Bohemia and Hungary), the high arch descending from the imperial crown, and the golden mitre symbolising the divine right of the emperor to rule.
- Jade Belt Bridge, one of the six bridges on the western of Kunming Lake, is a high-arch stone bridge built during the Qianlong emperor.
- The squamosal suture has a high arch which is present in modern human craniums as well.
- Pes cavus, also known as high arch, is a human foot type in which the sole of the foot is distinctly hollow when bearing weight.
- In the 1940s, platforms were designed with a high arch, but as exemplified here, they originated with the heel elevated only slightly above the toes.
- His high arch, which made the foot bones susceptible to breaking, was lowered to relieve the stress on the bones.
- Herman Melville alluded to the bridge in describing "Moby-Dick": "But soon the fore part of him slowly rose from the water; for an instant his whole marbleized body formed a high arch, like Virginia's Natural Bridge..."
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