ARC

Acoustic Resonance Control

Arc

1) A luminous discharge between two separate carbon ends. 2) Old type of followspot in which the light was generated by a carbon arc discharge. Inefficient and inconvenient because the carbon rod had to be continuously adjusted and replaced, even during performances.

ARC

Ames Research Center
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ARC

Astrophysical Research Consortium
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Arc

• (n.) A curvature in the shape of a circular arc or an arch; as, the colored arc (the rainbow); the arc of Hadley`s quadrant. • (n.) 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. • (n.) An arch. • (...
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arc

(ahrk) a part of the circumference of a circle, or a regularly curved line. binauricular arc the arc across the top of the head from one auricular point to the other. reflex arc the circuit traveled by impulses producing a reflex action: receptor organ, aff...
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arc

(from the article `geoid`) ...for determining the size of the Earth ( the figure). He used a simple principle of estimating the size of a great circle passing through the North ...
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arc

noun a continuous portion of a circle
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Arc

[Bahá`í] The Arc is a number of Bahá`í administrative buildings at the Bahá`í World Centre on Mount Carmel located at Haifa, Israel. They include the Seat of the Universal House of Justice, the Seat of the International Teaching Centre, the International Archives, and the Centre for the Study of the Sacred Texts. A fifth building, the...
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ARC

[Callsign] Penn. Hort. Society ...
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ARC

[file format] ARC is a lossless data compression and archival format by System Enhancement Associates (SEA). It was very popular during the early days of networked dial-up BBS. The file format and the program were both called ARC. The ARC program made obsolete the previous use of a combination of the SQ program to compress files and the LU ...
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Arc

[geometry] ==Parabolic arcs== Similar shapes: == Notes and references == ...
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Arc

[programming language] Arc is a dialect of the Lisp programming language now under development by Paul Graham and Robert Morris. == History == In 2001 Paul Graham announced that he was working on a new dialect of Lisp named `Arc`. Over the years since, he has written several essays describing features or goals of the language, and some inte...
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Arc

[projective geometry] A (simple) arc in finite projective geometry is a set of points which satisfies, in an intuitive way, a feature of curved figures in continuous geometries. Loosely speaking, they are sets of points that are far from `line-like` in a plane or far from `plane-like` in a three-dimensional space. In this finite setting it ...
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Arc

[protein] Arc, for a```ctivity-```r```egulated ```c```ytoskeleton-associated protein`` (also known as Arg3.1), is a plasticity protein first characterized in 1995. Arc is a member of the immediate-early gene (IEG) family, a rapidly activated class of genes functionally defined by their ability to be transcribed in the presence of protein sy...
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Arc

[Provence] The Arc is an 83 km long river in the south of France. It arises at an altitude of 470 m, close to the village of Pourcieux. It then passes through Aix-en-Provence before flowing into the Étang de Berre, a lake to the west of Marseille. Its drainage basin, with a surface area of 727 km², is divided between two départments, Var...
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Arc

Arc (ärk) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Arcked (ärkt); present participle & verbal noun Arcking .] (Electricity) To form a voltaic arc, as an electrical current in a broken or disconnected circuit.
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Arc

Arc noun [ French arc , Latin arcus bow, arc. See Arch , noun ] 1. (Geom.) A portion of a curved line; as, the arc of a circle or of an ellipse. 2. A curvature in the shape of a circular arc or an arch; as, the colored ar...
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Arc

A discharge of electricity through air or a gas.
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Arc

A lighting unit that generates illumination from an electrical arc between two carbon electrodes. (Lighting)
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Arc

A locus of points that forms a curve that is defined by a mathematical function.
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arc

A part of a circle named by its endpoints
Example:

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ARC

A stage before AIDS, with symptoms such as swollen lymph glands, long-lasting night sweats, fevers and unusual weight loss. Also commonly called symptomatic HIV infection. This term is no longer officially recognised by the CDC. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Arc

A type of ball reaction favored by many players in that the ball has a slower continuous hooking act
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ARC

abbreviation: Area of Responsibility Center
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