Flèche

A flèche (from the French for arrow) is used in French architecture to refer to a spire and in English to refer to a lead-covered timber spire, or spirelet. These are placed on the ridges of church or cathedral roofs and are usually relatively small. However, larger versions can be found on cathedrals such as Amiens Cathedral, Notre Dame de Paris...
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Fleche

• (n.) A simple fieldwork, consisting of two faces forming a salient angle pointing outward and open at the gorge.
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Fleche

[1768] Fleche was a French corvette built by Louis-Hilarion Chapelle (cadet) and launched at Toulon in 1768. The British captured her at the Fall of Bastia in May 1794 and commissioned her into the Royal Navy under her existing name. She observed the naval battle of Hyères Islands, but then wrecked in 1795. ==French service and capture== F...
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Flèche

[cycling] A flèche ʃ is a team cycling competition, undertaken by randonneurs; the term is derived from `flèche velocio`. It differs from the more common randonnees or brevets, which are individual events and not specifically competitive. As with other randonneuring events, flèches are governed by national and local authorities, such as...
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Flèche

Flèche noun [ French flèche , prop., an arrow.] (Fort.) A simple fieldwork, consisting of two faces forming a salient angle pointing outward and open at the gorge.
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Fleche

A small spire on a roof-ridge, usually with a wooden or metal frame. If of wood, covered with lead. Sometimes used to cover a ventilator. Related Words: Spire, spirelet; Ventilator, ventilating brick, grille
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Fleche

Arrow-head shaped earthworks.
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flèche

flèche: see spire.
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Fleche

In architecture, a fleche is a tall, thin spire usually rising from a roof.
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fleche

In architecture, a slender wooden spire covered with lead, rising from the ridge of a roof and taking the place of a central tower. There is a good example on the cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris. ...
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flèche

in French architecture, any spire; in English it is an architectural term for a small slender spire placed on the ridge of a church roof. The flèche ...
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Fleche

lit. 'arrow'; an attack in which the aggressor leaps off his leading foot, attempts to make the hit, and then passes the opponent at a run
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Fleche

spirelet of timber, lead, cast iron etc rising from a roof ridge rather than a tower, and often acting as a ventilator.
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