ARCADE

A roofed walkway, one side composed of a series of arches. An arcade provided a cool place to walk in summertime, was dry in winter, and helped protect adobe walls from direct rainfall.

ARCADE

Absolute Radiometer for Cosmology, Astrophysics, and Diffuse Emission (ARCADE) is a program which utilizes balloon satellite instrument package intended to measure the heating of the universe by the first stars and galaxies after the big bang and search for the signal of relic decay or annihilation. In July 2006 a very strong radio source has been...
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Arcade

• (n.) A series of arches with the columns or piers which support them, the spandrels above, and other necessary appurtenances; sometimes open, serving as an entrance or to give light; sometimes closed at the back (as in the cut) and forming a decorative feature. • (n.) A long, arched building or gallery. • (n.) An arched or covered ...
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arcade

1. a series of arches 2. blind arcade - a series of arches fixed to a wall 3. a shopping street that is covered, usually with glass
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ARCADE

[architecture magazine] ARCADE is a quarterly magazine about architecture and design in the Northwestern United States. It is published by the Northwest Architectural League. The mission of ARCADE is to provide dialogue about design and the built environment. ...
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Arcade

[architecture] An arcade is a succession of arches, each counter-thrusting the next, supported by columns, piers, or a covered walkway enclosed by a line of such arches on one or both sides. In warmer or wet climates, exterior arcades provide shelter for pedestrians. The walkway may be lined with stores. A blind arcade superimposes arcading...
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Arcade

[comics magazine] Arcade: The Comics Revue was a magazine-sized comics anthology created and edited by Art Spiegelman and Bill Griffith to showcase the work of underground artists. Published by the Print Mint, it ran for seven issues between 1975 to 1976. Arriving late in era of underground comix, Arcade introduced key underground artists t...
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Arcade

Ar·cade' noun [ French arcade , Spanish arcada , Late Latin arcata , from Latin arcus bow, arch.] 1. (Architecture) (a) A series of arches with the columns or piers which support them, the spandrels above, and other necessary appurtenances; sometimes...
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Arcade

A decorative feature, used in Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Arcades are made up of a series of columns and arches, creating rhythmic patterns. Layer upon layer of arcades often decorate towers and high walls, a good example being the west end of Ely Cathedral.
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Arcade

A linked series of arches supported by columns, piers, or pillars. Also, a roofed passageway or gallery, especially with shops along one or both sides. Also see: blind arcade.
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arcade

a range of arches
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Arcade

A range of arches with their supports; also, a passageway, one side of which is a range of arches supporting a roof.
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Arcade

a row of arches carried on piers, columns or pilasters, either free-standing, or decoratively attached to a wall ie blind. Also refers to a covered passage with shops on one or both sides. (Illustration) (Illustration) of a blind arcade.
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Arcade

A row of arches on columns or piers; where attached to a wall instead of free-standing it is a blind arcade.
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Arcade

A row of arches set atop piers/columns. Sometimes refers to the arched roof itself.
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Arcade

A row of arches.
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Arcade

A series of arches like a pierced wall, separating off an area. See Wall Arcade or Blind Arcade
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Arcade

A series of arches like a pierced wall, separating off an area. See Wall Arcade or Blind Arcade
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Arcade

A series of arches supported by columns or other vertical elements.
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arcade

A series of arches supported by columns or piers. Also, a covered passageway between two series of arches or between a series of arches and a wall.
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arcade

A series of arches supported by columns or piers.
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Arcade

A series of arches that form a walkway with a ceiling. Most often formed by rows of trees, but can also be formed by other plants or be man-made.
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Arcade

A series of columns or piers spanned by arches.
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arcade

An anatomical structure or structures (especially a blood vessel) taking the form of a series of arches. ... Origin: L. Arcus, arc, bow ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Arcade

An arcade is a row of linked arches. Inside a church arcades usually separate aisles from the nave or choir. Blind arcades are sometimes used as decorative features on the exteriors of churches. Related Words: Aisle
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