Asked in Rhyming Words
What rhymes with march?
larch parch starch arch arch Bartsch karcz larch parch partch starch bell arch black larch demarche drop arch flat arch gill arch keel arch pier arch round arch scheme arch skeen arch skene arch skew arch straight arch broken arch camber arch corbel arch fallen arch golden larch gothic arch horseshoe arch lancet arch moorish arch neural arch pelvic arch pointed arch rampant arch roman arch safety arch shouldered arch sunken arch trimmer arch trumpet arch tudor arch western larch animal starch aortic arch diminished arch oregon larch pectoral arch triumphal arch alveolar arch american larch european larch siberian larch semicircular arch STARCH...
Asked in Civil Engineering
What about different kinds of arches used in architecture?
There are three different configurations of arches including the fixed arch, the two-hinged arch, and the three-hinged arch. These configurations determine how stable the arch will be. Types of arches include the triangular arch, semi-circular arch, segmental arch, rampart round arch, lancet arch, equilateral pointed arch, and jack arch. Additional types of arches include the trefoil arch, horseshoe arch, three-centered arch, elliptical arch, inflexed arch, ogee arch, reverse ogee arch, Tudor arch, and parabolic arch. ...
Asked in Architecture
What is a pointed arch called?
* The Drop arch - a blunt pointed arch drawn from two centers within the span * The Gothic arch - a pointed arch; usually has a joint (instead of a keystone) at the apex * The Keel arch, ogee arch - a pointed arch having an S-shape on both sides * The Trefoil arch - a pointed arch having cusps in the intrados on either side of the apex ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is they difference between an arch enemy and a mortal enemy?
Arch Enemy: A hero's worst enemy, especially in a work of fiction. Mortal Enemy: An enemy who wants to kill a hero. source: http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/ ...
Asked in Architecture, Bridges and Tunnels
What is the comparison between common arch and inverted arch?
The "inverted arch" is used when a sideways, or inward load, is to be resisted. The "common arch" supports a vertical load. ...
Asked in Drama and Acting, Theater
Why is a proscenium arch stage called a proscenium arch stage?
The proscenium arch stage is so named due to the proscenium arch which separates the stage from the auditorium. ...