arc vs ark

arc ark

Definitions

  • 1) graph theory A directed edge.
  • 2) graph theory A directed edge.
  • 3) Something shaped like a curve or arch.
  • 4) An electric arc.
  • 5) A progression of events suggesting narrative cohesion, especially one that rises to a climax and settles to a final conclusion.
  • 6) Mathematics A segment of a circle.
  • 7) Mathematics A segment of a circle.
  • 8) Astronomy The apparent path of a celestial body as it rises above and falls below the horizon.
  • 9) Astronomy The apparent path of a celestial body as it rises above and falls below the horizon.
  • 10) obsolete An arch.
  • 11) (Geom.) A portion of a curved line.
  • 12) See under Voltaic.
  • 13) obsolete An arch.
  • 14) The apparent arc described, above or below the horizon, by the sun or other celestial body. The diurnal arc is described during the daytime, the nocturnal arc during the night.
  • 15) (Geom.) A portion of a curved line.
  • 16) A curvature in the shape of a circular arc or an arch
  • 17) something curved in shape
  • 18) a continuous portion of a circle
  • 19) electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
  • 20) Obsolete form of ark.
  • 21) In architecture, an arch.
  • 22) In astronomy, a part of a circle traversed by the sun or other heavenly body; especially, the part passed over by a star between its rising and setting.
  • 23) An abbreviation of Associate of the Royal College of Organists.
  • 24) In geometry, any part of a curved line, as of a circle, especially one which does not include a point of inflection or cusp.
  • 25) intransitive To form an electrical arc.
  • 26) intransitive To move following a curved path.
  • 27) intransitive To form an electrical arc.
  • 28) intransitive To move following a curved path.
  • 29) form an arch or curve
  • 30) To move or seem to move in a curved path.
  • 31) To form an arc.
  • 32) (Elec.) To form a voltaic arc, as an electrical current in a broken or disconnected circuit.
  • 33) (Elec.) To form a voltaic arc, as an electrical current in a broken or disconnected circuit.

Definitions

  • 1) Judaism, Christianity, Islam The ship built by Noah to save his family and a collection of animals from the deluge.
  • 2) Judaism A consecrated container.
  • 3) Judaism A consecrated container.
  • 4) A large box with a flat lid.
  • 5) A spacious type of boat with a flat bottom.
  • 6) Something affording protection; safety, shelter, refuge
  • 7) Judaism, Christianity, Islam The ship built by Noah to save his family and a collection of animals from the deluge.
  • 8) Judaism The Holy Ark.
  • 9) Nautical A large, commodious boat.
  • 10) Bible The boat built by Noah for survival during the Flood.
  • 11) A shelter or refuge.
  • 12) Nautical A large, commodious boat.
  • 13) Bible The chest containing the Ten Commandments written on stone tablets, carried by the Hebrews during their desert wanderings.
  • 14) Bible The chest containing the Ten Commandments written on stone tablets, carried by the Hebrews during their desert wanderings.
  • 15) Bible The boat built by Noah for survival during the Flood.
  • 16) Judaism The Holy Ark.
  • 17) The large, chestlike vessel in which Noah and his family were preserved during the Deluge. Gen. vi. Hence: Any place of refuge.
  • 18) (Jewish Hist.) The oblong chest of acacia wood, overlaid with gold, which supported the mercy seat with its golden cherubs, and occupied the most sacred place in the sanctuary. In it Moses placed the two tables of stone containing the ten commandments. Called also the Ark of the Covenant.
  • 19) obsolete A chest, or coffer.
  • 20) obsolete A chest, or coffer.
  • 21) (Jewish Hist.) The oblong chest of acacia wood, overlaid with gold, which supported the mercy seat with its golden cherubs, and occupied the most sacred place in the sanctuary. In it Moses placed the two tables of stone containing the ten commandments. Called also the Ark of the Covenant.
  • 22) A large flatboat used on Western American rivers to transport produce to market.
  • 23) a boat built by Noah to save his family and animals from the flood
  • 24) (Judaism) sacred chest where the ancient Hebrews kept the two tablets containing the Ten Commandments
  • 25) An Arabian measure of capacity, equal to the Spanish fanega, or 58 quarts; also, a measure of three fourths of this capacity, or 43 quarts.
  • 26) A chest, box, coffer, or other close receptacle; a bin or hutch: as, a meal-ark.
  • 27) In Scripture: The repository of the covenant or tables of the law.
  • 28) In zoology, a name common to the bivalve mollusks of the family Arcidœ; an ark-shell.
  • 29) The large floating vessel in which, according to the account in the Old Testament, Noah and his family were preserved during the deluge.
  • 30) A large boat used on western American rivers to transport produce to market.
  • 31) An old spelling of arc, a bow, arch.
  • 32) In the Ethiopic Ch., a sacred chest, called the tabout, serving as an altar.
  • 33) The vessel of bulrushes in which the infant Moses was laid.
  • 34) Toincloseinanark.
  • 35) To inclose in an ark.

Examples

  • 1) In some ways, their playing careers have followed a similar arc.
  • 2) The arc lights stopped me seeing anything other than a shapeless, heaving mass.
  • 3) Her surgery has left her with a huge scar that arcs around her body.
  • 4) This arc of pristine sand sweeps around a bay backed by swaying palm trees.
  • 5) The powerful arc lights had made the small space quite hot and stuffy.
  • 6) The search continued along two vast arcs of land and sea.
  • 7) These two points then act as a compass enabling large circles and arcs to be drawn.
  • 8) His career has followed the arc of an epic poem.
  • 9) They all wanted to talk about bending the arc of history to the future.
  • 10) His businesses follow a giddy arc and tend to go awry.
  • 11) It is understood that he would want new electric arc furnaces installed as a part of any deal.
  • 12) They were trying to get big runners on the arc outside him and it is difficult to defend that.
  • 13) No one would dispute the importance to young people of learning the narrative arc of the history of their country.
  • 14) Clear and sharp as anything, this colourless white arc curved in a half circle before me.
  • 15) The company is investing 300m in an electric arc furnace to allow it to expand production.
  • 16) As he tells it, this history traces two great arcs.
  • 17) But before we grasp for a quick fix to our condition, we need to consider the longer arc of biblical ecology.
  • 18) I love the track and the special atmosphere that crackles with excitement on arc day.
  • 19) For a month I have been followed around by a total body arc trainer.
  • 20) I always say that arc day is spoilt when the ground is bad and the same applies here.
  • 21) It was arc trials day and four big-race rides offered the prospect of consolation.
  • 22) Smaller units can also be staggered in a similar fashion, or fanned out in arcs if a curved shape works particularly well in the garden.
  • 23) Then the young British soldier launches himself down the mountainside, carving long arcs in the snow.
  • 24) Each time, stretch the dough towards you to form an arc, slapping it back on itself.
  • 25) But slowly, one of the lines arcs gently to the left; the other gently to the right.
  • 26) Point3d secondPoint, Line2d line): base (arc) {_arc = arc; _dragPoint = dragPoint; _firstPoint = firstPoint;
  • 27) Point3d secondPoint): base (arc) {_arc = arc; _dragPoint = dragPoint; _firstPoint = firstPoint;
  • 28) The main arc is a murder mystery around an original Melrose character, Laura Leighton's Sydney Andrews.
  • 29) Most of the arc is there, buried or only mentioned or simply still in my head instead of on the page.
  • 30) The peak of the arc is the revelation, where the character experiences the most significant transformation.
  • 31) On viewing from the opposite edge of the lentil, forming the division of the two great scaly plates, a sac or canal, k. proceeding from the posterior part of the lentil, there is distinctly visible the body u, which we call the arc; where there are five transverse hairy bands of a yellow colour, while the rest is white.
  • 32) Tying it into The Avengers arc is probably the only reason I'd watch it. blog comments powered by Disqus
  • 33) Their political arc is now in descent, and their leaders are distancing themselves.
  • 34) Anon: The next story arc is called "Family Reunion".
  • 35) The first 5 seasons were top notch, had they ended off then 24 would have gone out on top. (6-8 have been terrible, but I agree with you that Anil Kapoors arc is pretty interesting)
  • 36) ‘He used arcs of great circles instead of arcs of parallel circles on the sphere.’
  • 37) ‘These jumps from one number to the next can be visualized as arcs of circles along a number line.’
  • 38) ‘Draw three arcs of circles, with each arc having as its center one of the triangle's corners and as its endpoints the other two corners.’
  • 39) ‘All delineations are arcs of a circle, the perfect, complete, easily fractured and reassembled building block of the universe.’
  • 40) ‘The heavy curve in the figure shows the maximum extent of the cow's range, which consists of several arcs of circles.’
  • 41) ‘His methods for calculating lengths of arcs of circles were more sophisticated than the Greek methods of archimedes.’
  • 42) ‘The proof we have examined in detail is one where the outer circumference of the lune is the arc of a semicircle.’
  • 43) ‘The question of interest concerns whether, strictly speaking, these arcs form a circle.’
  • 44) ‘The third part of Mathematical exercises was on the Riccati differential equation while the final part was on a geometry question concerning figures bounded by two arcs of a circle.’
  • 45) ‘The construction was rightly criticised as requiring a knowledge of the ratio of a line and an arc of a circle, so one assumed as known the property required to square the circle in the first place.’
  • 46) ‘He produced a number of formulas for triangles, two sides of which were straight lines and the third was the arc of a circle.’
  • 47) ‘This work attempted to solve the problem of constructing a line of the same length as an arc of a circle.’
  • 48) ‘On a clear day you can see Ben Nevis in the west and Buchan Ness in the east and beyond Corryhabbie Hill on the opposite side of Glen Rinnes Lochnager and the arc of the Cairngorms form the distant horizon.’
  • 49) ‘Beyond Corryhabbie Hill on the opposite side of Glen Rinnes, Lochnager and the arc of the Cairngorms form the distant horizon.’
  • 50) ‘She walked through the entrance, which was a huge arc of blooming roses, and at once was overwhelmed with the beauty and the smell of the roses.’
  • 51) ‘The air had a hallucinatory clarity tonight with the bank towers etched against the sky and a surreal arc of sprinklers tending the fields below.’
  • 52) ‘As I got to the mill I took my last few pictures and then, as though to say goodbye, the clouds parted just a little and spat out a brilliant arc of sunshine - the first rays of the morning.’
  • 53) ‘From the top of a bluff on a clear day, with the sun melting the tarmac and baking my thighs, the deep-blue arc of the horizon looks like the edge of the earth.’
  • 54) ‘In this instance, vinyl stencil lettering took the form of a silver arc of language.’
  • 55) ‘The arc of the cloudless sky gives the impression that the whole world is enclosed in a dome and a bird is singing in a nearby tree.’
  • 56) ‘Climbing back up, I see an open bay to the west, an arc of cliffs fringed by the grasslands of Ka'u.’
  • 57) ‘archaeologists have discovered an arc of buried megaliths that once formed part of the great stone circle at Avebury in Wiltshire.’
  • 58) ‘Trenna observed the way the cavern was shaped: there was a large arc of rock that concealed one half of the cavern from the other.’
  • 59) ‘The fury of the thundering, cascading water churned up a spray that covered the surrounding forests in a veil of mist and created a rainbow that framed the gorge in an arc of spectacular colours.’
  • 60) ‘He moved through the crowd schmoozing and smiling, surrounded by an arc of secret service agents, his suit jacket tossed saucily over his shoulder.’
  • 61) ‘His version of Château Lafite follows the original French blueprints but adds two extra floors, and has the building's two wings linked by an arc of Romanesque columns.’
  • 62) ‘How many directors dare tell any diva that the first thing they want her to do, as she makes her grand entrance, is dip her head in a bucket and throw back her hair, spraying an arc of water across the stage?’
  • 63) ‘From the outside it sits neatly in the arc of beautiful townhouse mansions with the fluttering Union Jack over the discreet entrance - the only clue that it is a hotel.’
  • 64) ‘With each swing, she kicks out a beautiful arc of water.’
  • 65) ‘A dramatic arc of water is created as four women enjoy a communal bathing session in Son La province, north-western Vietnam.’
  • 66) ‘Inhale slightly more than usual and hold your breath as you lower the weights in a wide arc out to your sides.’
  • 67) ‘Start with the dumbbells at arm's length above your chest and lower them in a wide arc out to your sides until you feel a stretch in your chest.’
  • 68) ‘But I made it safely through the bracken and out the other side, and cut a wide arc back towards the car to continue my journey through the fields and flowers and trees.’
  • 69) ‘Right now, she was employing another of her favourite gestures - sweeping her arm in a wide arc above her head and clicking her fingers so hard it must have hurt.’
  • 70) ‘This allows the blade to swing in a greater arc, producing a wider swathe.’
  • 71) ‘On a hard, fast green it is necessary to take a wide arc to reach the jack.’
  • 72) ‘The tadpoles can also turn in much wider arcs, which they do spontaneously, when they initiate swimming from rest, and in the course of normal locomotion.’
  • 73) ‘I bit my lip as I turned on the tip of my foot, my arms swinging out in wide arcs.’
  • 74) ‘He feels around him, sweeping his arms in wider and wider arcs until he's sure the bag is nearby.’
  • 75) ‘At this moment Nukite awoke from his deep slumber, his eyes closed in the early morning sunlight he rose slowly to his feet, stretching his arms in a wide arc as he did so.’
  • 76) ‘One end of the upper stone was fixed to a pivot and both stones were ‘dressed’ with small diagonal grooves which crossed each other at an angle as the upper stone swept across the lower in an arc.’
  • 77) ‘Batman swings in a wide arc and is pulled upward.’
  • 78) ‘‘A decade ago,’ Eldoris murmured, making a wide arc with her arm to accentuate her words.’
  • 79) ‘The man's angular arm plunged toward him in a wide arc.’
  • 80) ‘He whirled around, his cloak sweeping around in a wide arc.’
  • 81) ‘She swung the blade in a wide arc, the edge tilted slightly.’
  • 82) ‘The knight roared, sweeping his ruddy blade out in a wide arc.’
  • 83) ‘The Confederate frigate Halberd swung a wide arc around the freighter's stern and approached her docking port from aft.’
  • 84) ‘The sword came in a low arc before it chopped into the tree.’
  • 85) ‘Using radian measure explains why the inverse-tangent function is also called the arctan function - it returns the arc angle when given a tangent.’
  • 86) ‘If we use an angle h, the arc length will be krh, where k is a constant that depends on the units of angle you use.’
  • 87) ‘The other arc functions, acos, and atan, behave as their more-familiar counterparts.’
  • 88) ‘The heat required in this process is generated by electric arcs struck between carbon electrodes and the metal bath.’
  • 89) ‘Scientists later demonstrated that fullerenes can be conveniently generated by setting up an electric arc between two graphite electrodes.’
  • 90) ‘In the bottom of the container there was a reservoir of water, and above it an apparatus caused electrical arcs to crackle.’
  • 91) ‘When it hit, electrical arcs spider-webbed out from the ship, and a humming buzzed from the field.’
  • 92) ‘Light is given off by the arc and by heated electrodes and base metals.’
  • 93) ‘Small arcs of electricity played over its surface as his eyes danced gleefully.’
  • 94) ‘To improve arc initiation and control the spread of the arc, the electrode should be ground to a point.’
  • 95) ‘White turned the light switch off, there was a severe electrical arc from the conduit, immediately followed by sparks and flames.’
  • 96) ‘Kentaro looked up at the pagoda where large arcs of electricity were reaching into the sky like a massive Jacob's Ladder.’
  • 97) ‘As powerful electric arcs leap from welding rod to the metal, they sometimes follow unpredictable, lightning-like paths, leading to sloppy welds and splattered metal.’
  • 98) ‘I recall seeing a photo in Scientific American of the arc from a large Tesla Coil being guided in a straight line by a laser pulse.’
  • 99) ‘Some two hours later a fire broke out in the Commanding Officer's cabin and electrical space, caused by an arc in the main power cables that ran through the area which had become swamped by water.’
  • 100) ‘This is not someone dropping a switch and seeing an arc of electricity.’
  • 101) ‘Weak arcs of scorching lightning zapped outwards, rapidly fading over the short distance.’
  • 102) ‘When calibrated to be in tune with the planet's resonance, it created what is still the largest man-made electrical surge ever, an arc over 130 feet long.’
  • 103) ‘In flash welding, the heat is obtained from an arc established between the pieces to be welded by electrical resistance.’
  • 104) ‘It was raining, and Mireles saw a blue electrical arc lighting up the sky near Riverside Drive and Glendale Avenue, he said.’
  • 105) ‘This path is the glowing area associated with an arc / spark, and is the same phenomenon as lightning, although on a much smaller scale.’
  • 106) ‘Considering all the above factors an arc or spark from a broken wire is most likely to be responsible for a fire on this type of machine and, as I understand it, this reflects industry experience.’
  • 107) ‘The flicker produced by fluorescent lamps is a result of the pulsing of the arc within the lamp.’
  • 108) ‘Today I thus have only the vaguest idea of the story of King David, the basis for the arc of Kings.’
  • 109) ‘However the Season 1 Box Set is broken up into three distinct story arcs over the course of its thirteen episodes.’
  • 110) ‘Anyway, using James's formula to calculate Griffey's chance of reaching 756 HRs, we can trace the arc of his career.’
  • 111) ‘Apart from the change in protagonist, the story arc seems to be much the same.’
  • 112) ‘The movies, hilariously enough, follow an almost identical arc to the equally maligned series.’
  • 113) ‘In order to own the entire arc, you'll need all six volumes.’
  • 114) ‘Plot points of the main arc are sprinkled throughout, typically bookending the standalone story.’
  • 115) ‘The second arc, of course, deals with The Big Questions.’
  • 116) ‘The teenage comedy arc is fully intact: geek is a geek, geek becomes popular, geek faces insurmountable odds, geek triumphs.’
  • 117) ‘This imperative, exposed through syntax, pervades the eight poems chosen here to represent Paul Celan's twenty-five-year arc of work.’
  • 118) ‘It then would have followed a familiar Canadian arc of being rejected on home turf, only to be discovered down south.’
  • 119) ‘There's a built-in arc to the story.’
  • 120) ‘She gives Gina a great '70 s attitude, though I was never sure where her character arc was going.’
  • 121) ‘They are just toying with us at this point in the story arc for this set of characters.’
  • 122) ‘This is probably where the derisive humor begins its arc.’
  • 123) ‘For example, she is giving an extra-ordinary performance, but we feel like we're missing large chunks of her emotional arc.’
  • 124) ‘Story-wise, this season progressed by taking the dangling paternity results from the previous season and turning them into a major arc.’
  • 125) ‘The first two episodes are stand-alone installments, as the overall story arc doesn't begin to reveal itself until later.’
  • 126) ‘It's fair to say that James Cameron gave Sarah Connor a character arc over the course of the first two Terminator films.’
  • 127) ‘Scher bases his films and drawings on found footage and collage, scripting and shooting additional passages necessary to their generally nonnarrative arc.’
  • 128) ‘Trees had arced and curved towards the apex, forming great artificial archways, which consisted of more than merely wood and leaves.’
  • 129) ‘Time slowed as the ball arced across Alan Main in the Gretna goal but dropped in front of Derek Townsley, the home centre-half, who hoofed it beyond peril.’
  • 130) ‘The ball arced through the six-yard area and passed just in front of the incoming attackers and defenders before beating Van der Sar at his far post.’
  • 131) ‘Seconds later, a ball arced perhaps five yards from right-to-left before settling in the middle of the fairway.’
  • 132) ‘Later, when the Square of Pegasus is high enough in the east, one can follow the curve of stars arcing away from its northeast corner.’
  • 133) ‘If everyone's eyes are up on the ball as it arcs to the basket, you can be sure the offense is cutting around the defense to get better position for rebounds.’
  • 134) ‘Just then the volume leaped to a roar, and the camera panned sharply upward; Henderson spotted the ball arcing high above the stadium, a brilliant streak against the grainy sky.’
  • 135) ‘Walt Whitman dreams of the first jumpshot he will take, the ball arcing clumsily from his fingers, striking the rim so hard that it sparks.’
  • 136) ‘She caught it, and in one quick turn the ball was up and arcing towards the basket.’
  • 137) ‘Then, a little way off, she arcs into an effortless U-turn.’
  • 138) ‘Up at the lagoon of São André, returning late in the afternoon from a long walk through the dunes, I saw a girl dive from a canoe, a solitary figure that arced gracefully into the sun-silvered water with hardly a splash.’
  • 139) ‘Another half mile, and with an eye on the weather, and tiny twinges in rusty legs, we took a convenient track that arced down to cross the valley to fords of flat sandstone.’
  • 140) ‘The first shot arced neatly if unspectacularly towards the practice green.’
  • 141) ‘A large dugong and calf had just surfaced for air and I turned round in time to watch their rounded torsos arc in unison and with a swirl of their tails, they disappeared.’
  • 142) ‘I watched cabin cruisers arc through the large triangular confluence, then, my detour done, wandered back for the walk proper.’
  • 143) ‘Cool oases carpet the valley after the gentle Touzlimt Pass, and amazing whorls and swirls of strata arc across the eastern mountains.’
  • 144) ‘We watched our stones arc into the air, miss the birds by several hundred feet and fall to Earth.’
  • 145) ‘Wires were coated with scale-like insulation materials to prevent the electricity from arcing.’
  • 146) ‘This much mental electricity should be able to run a small city, but instead I'm more like a cut power line, arcing and sparking spasmodically.’
  • 147) ‘Electricity was arcing across a gap of about an inch and a half and triggering a safety cut out.’
  • 148) ‘But these efforts were hampered by failed water pressure, exploding gas meters, arcing power lines and other serious hazards.’
  • 149) ‘Somewhere an electrical source was arcing out, throwing a harsh glare against cold metal like distant lightning reflecting from storm clouds.’
  • 150) ‘The plasma contactor system safely grounds the station from this high voltage, protecting it from arcing, which could severely damage its surface.’
  • 151) ‘High impedance leads to heating of the material, arcing to the material under the dispersive electrode, and subsequent burns.’
  • 152) ‘A titanium charge is placed in the crucible with granular calcium fluoride added to act as an electrical insulator between the titanium and the crucible to prevent arcing and crucible damage.’
  • 153) ‘Once the circuit breaker was tripped, all sparks, flames and arcing ceased.’
  • 154) ‘The chafing was so severe that the wires within the bundle had begun arcing and welding themselves to the beam creating a large crater.’

Examples

  • 1) `I've drunk enough of your tea to launch Noah's ark ," said Aysgarth pithily.
  • 2) Now he was losing his little ark in the Mall as well; setting it free.
  • 3) Webb joined him and saw it was an exquisite ivory carving of a Noah's ark, some eight inches long and six high.
  • 4) { Rite of Passage } M ark Charon found himself in rather a difficult position.
  • 5) Water saving projects Fire hydrant line above the ground Before After Water Saving: 250 m3 leakage losses eliminated Investment: 40 Lacks Global Norms/Bench mark Benchmarks for S pecific Water Cons um ption Nation al International MPCB Benchm ark * Benchm ark* Benchm ark**
  • 6) The word ark means a “box” or a “chest,” but the ark of God was no ordinary box.
  • 7) If the ark is actually a giant spaceship and Noah is played by Diora Baird in a thin t-shirt, I'm so on board for this.
  • 8) Just above them are placed a great number of the pieces of wood; and it was also here, where the _maro_, and the other bundle supposed to contain the god Ooro (and which I call the ark), were laid during the ceremony, a circumstance which denotes its agreement with the altar of other nations.
  • 9) The ark is 150 cubits long, 30 cubits high and 20 cubits wide.
  • 10) Their meager ark is a decrepit shopping cart filled with muddy blankets and morsels they share amongst themselves and rarely with strangers.
  • 11) An ark is a house-boat of small though comfortable dimensions, and is as necessary to the Upper Bay fisherman as are nets and boats.
  • 12) ‘So many of the chapters offer versions of the ark, boats built for human survival against the storms of God and/or nature.’
  • 13) ‘And when she could not longer hide him, she took for him an ark of bulrushes, and daubed it with slime and with pitch, and put the child therein; and she laid it in the flags by the river's brink.’
  • 14) ‘Irving Berlin sailed in his beloved ark to the age of 101.’
  • 15) ‘Surprisingly, similar domes were found on the two Holy arks in Livorno on the western coast of Italy.’
  • 16) ‘The woodwork of the Aron Hakodesh, the Holy ark in which the Torah is stored, is original.’
  • 17) ‘The bold phrase from the Psalms stands in relief over most Holy arks in the synagogues.’
  • 18) ‘Three Holy arks are set into the thick southern wall with a colorful rose window above them.’
  • 19) ‘Donated by New York financier and philanthropist Ira Rennert, the new Holy ark was designed by Avraham Avargel - the same architect who constructed the large ark at the Western Wall plaza.’
  • 20) ‘In the sixteenth century the vessels of the Tabernacle motif appeared on the inner sides of the doors of the Holy arks in Synagogues.’
  • 21) ‘There are six arches on each side of the Holy ark corresponding to the number of books of the Mishna; each arch has a pole with five bulbs representing the five books of the Torah.’
  • 22) ‘When his eye caught sight of the Holy ark, he put down his broom and approached it.’
  • 23) ‘The Holy ark was made of cedar wood covered with gold (in essence a wooden box between two gold ones).’
  • 24) ‘The synagogue possesses two Aron Hakodeshim (Holy arks) on the eastern front, where the entrance is.’
  • 25) ‘Traces of Holy arks, between the three openings, were discovered as well.’
  • 26) ‘In 1953 they pictured Holy arks from synagogues in the Israeli cities of Jerusalem, Petah Tikvah, and Safed.’
  • 27) ‘This symbol, which also appears above Holy arks, originates in the Bible: ‘He shall cover thee with his feathers and under his wings shalt thou trust ".’
  • 28) ‘Likewise, a room to contain the various Holy arks that store the many Torah scrolls used on Mondays and Thursdays, Shabbatot and Festivals at the Western Wall will be built in one of the halls adjacent to the prayer hall.’
  • 29) ‘There were two Arons (Holy arks) in the camp of Israel.’
  • 30) ‘Our primary goals are to characterize patterns of morphological variation within and between geminate arks and evaluate the utility of shell shape for distinguishing between recent geminate species.’
  • 31) ‘The oldest records about ark shells are found in Fishery Production List of 1814.’
  • 32) ‘More than seven species of the ark shells are found in the Galveston Bay region.’
  • 33) ‘The Twisted ark Shell has a nearly paper-thin, delicate shell, which is substantially larger than the smaller strong, heavy shell of the Ponderous ark shell.’
  • 34) ‘A test of genetic population structure showed that the ark shell in Korea formed a large genetic group.’
  • 35) ‘On Saturday we finished the fencing, stapling sheep netting to the rails, and on Sunday gave the pig ark and the old chook ark a coat of water-based preservative.’
  • 36) ‘We moved the laying hens into the small ark yesterday.’
  • 37) ‘We stopped counting the hens in their ark at night once the new arrivals had settled in - we'll now start doing so again.’
  • 38) ‘The Government measures aim to reduce the visual impact of ‘shackery’ (makeshift farm buildings), such as pig arks, caravans and cowsheds.’
  • 39) ‘The Welsh Black Cattle and Jacob Sheep all graze freely with their young, and the Oxford Sandy and Black Pigs are also free-range, with pig arks for shelter.’
  • 40) ‘Next to Alf were two brothers who had a larger acreage, and they made it into a poultry farm using mobile arks or hen-houses for the birds.’
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