Arête

An arête is a thin, almost knife-like, ridge of rock which is typically formed when two glaciers erode parallel U-shaped valleys. The arête is a thin ridge of rock that is left separating the two valleys. Arêtes can also form when two glacial cirques erode headwards towards one another, although frequently this results in a saddle-shaped pass, ...
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Arete

Arete (iː; Greek: ἀρετή), in its basic sense, means `excellence of any kind`. The term may also mean `moral virtue`. In its earliest appearance in Greek, this notion of excellence was ultimately bound up with the notion of the fulfillment of purpose or function: the act of living up to one`s full potential. The term from Homeric times ...
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Areté

Areté is an arts magazine, published three times a year, edited and founded in 1999 by the poet Craig Raine. The magazine aims to give detailed coverage of theatre, fiction, and poetry, while also serving as a platform for new writing in all genres. Raine has described its editorial policy as to `publish anything we like. The result is a magazin....
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Arete

• (n.) An acute and rugged crest of a mountain range or a subsidiary ridge between two mountain gorges.
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arête

(French: `ridge`), in geology, a sharp-crested serrate ridge separating the heads of opposing valleys (cirques) that formerly were occupied by ... [1 related articles]
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arete

(from the article `education`) ...was already emerging. Dance, poetry, and instrumental music were well developed and provided an essential element in the educational formation of ... ...matchless physique served as a model for all subsequent physical culturists. The Greek, and especially Athenian, ideal of a sound mind and sound ... ...
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arete

noun a sharp narrow ridge found in rugged mountains
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arête

Click images to enlargeSharp narrow ridge separating two glacial troughs (U-shaped valleys), or corries. They are formed by intense freeze–thaw weathering on the sides of mountains. The typical U-shaped cross-sections of glacial troughs give arêtes very steep sides. Arêtes are common in glaciate...
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Arete

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Queen AretePronunciation-needed (Greek: Ἀρήτη, Arêtê) of Scheria was the wife of Alcinous and mother of Nausicaa and Laodamas. Arete is a descendant of Poseidon, who, making love to Periboea, begot Nausithous, who in turn had two sons, Rhexenor and Alcinous. Rhexenor later spawned Arete with Apollo. W...
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Arête

A`rête' noun [ French, lit., a sharp fish bone, ridge, sharp edge, from Latin arista beard of grain.] (Geology) An acute and rugged crest of a mountain range or a subsidiary ridge between two mountain gorges.
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Arete

A narrow, sharp ridge separating two adjacent glacial valleys.
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arete

A sharp, narrow mountain ridge. It often results from the erosive activity of alpine glaciers flowing in adjacent valleys.
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Arete

An arete is a steep angular mountain ridge.
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Arête

fish bone.
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Aretê

goodness, excellence.
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Arete

personified virtue or excellence.
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Arete

See Virtue.
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arete

sharp mountain ridge
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Arête

Sharp topographic ridge that separates cirques on a mountain that is or has been glaciated.
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arete

[n] - a sharp narrow ridge found in rugged mountains
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