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(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Bridges) The unsupported length of a bridge, between its towers or piers.

SPAN

Space Physics Analysis Network

SPAN

acronym: Space Physics Analysis Network
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Span

To cover all contingencies within a specified range.
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Span

standard portfolio analysis of margin
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Span

Lengths: 9 inches. Width of man's spread fingers.
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span

[n] - the complete duration of something 2. [n] - a unit of length based on the width of the expanded human hand (usually taken as 9 inches) 3. [n] - the distance or interval between two points
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Span

The extent or measure of space between two points or extremities.
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Span

Horizontal distance covered by a beam or lintel etc
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Span

The horizontal distance covered by a lintel or beam.
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Span

The overall distance from wingtip to wingtip.
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Span

The algebraic difference between the limits of the range from zero to full scale.
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SPAN

Suicide Prevention Advocacy Network
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Span

The horizontal distance between structural supports such as walls, columns, piers, beams, girders, and trusses.
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Span

Width of a void, which can be measured in different ways. Here it will be defined as the internal span, i.e. the distance between springings.
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Span

distance between vertical face of abutments or supports. See arch. (Illustration)
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Span

The horizontal distance between the two supporting members of an arch or vault.
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Span

Span archaic imperfect & past participle of Spin .
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Span

Span noun [ Anglo-Saxon spann ; akin to Dutch span , Old High German spanna , German spanne , Icelandic spönn . √170. See Span , transitive verb ] 1. The space from the thumb to the end of the little finger when extend...
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Span

Span transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Spanned ; present participle & verbal noun Spanning .] [ Anglo-Saxon pannan ; akin to D. & German spannen , Old High German spannan , Swedish spänna , Danis...
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Span

Span intransitive verb To be matched, as horses. [ U. S.]
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span

1. <anatomy> The space from the thumb to the end of the little finger when extended; nine inches; eighth of a fathom. ... 2. Hence, a small space or a brief portion of time. 'Yet not to earth's contracted span Thy goodness let me bound.' (Pope) 'Life's but a span; I'll every inch enjoy.' (Farquhar) ... 3. The spread or extent of an arch betwe...
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span

noun the distance or interval between two points
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Span

• (v. t.) Hence, a small space or a brief portion of time. • (v. t.) The spread or extent of an arch between its abutments, or of a beam, girder, truss, roof, bridge, or the like, between its supports. • (v. t.) A pair of horses or other animals driven together; usually, such a pair of horses when similar in color, form, and action. ...
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span

(from the article `bridge`) ...holding up a beam—yet the engineering problems that must be overcome even in this simple form are inherent in every bridge: the supports must be ... ...bridge in the United States is Dames Point Bridge (1987), designed by Howard Needles in consultation with Ulrich Finsterwalder and crossing the ... ...
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