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ARCHESAssessment and Rehabilitation of Central European Highway Structures (EU Specific Targeted Research Project)
ARCHESAbrupt Climate Change Studies
ARCHESAquinas Roman Catholic Home Education Services (est. 1995; Wyoming, MN)
ARCHESAssociation de Réflexion, de Communication Hospitalières et Éducatives pour la Santé
ARCHESAppui aux Recherches sur la Contextualisation et l'Harmonisation des Enseignements Secondaires (French: Support for Research on Contextualization and Harmonization of Secondary Education)
ARCHESAdvocates to Revitalize Cultural and Historic Elgin Sites (Elgin, IL)
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Evidence from their study showed that commercially available arch wires were narrower as compared to the natural width of the dental arches of the Japanese population and, therefore, the archwires need to be expanded by 1-3 mm at the canine level and by 2-5 mm at the molar level.
Stress - ribbon pedestrian bridges supported or suspended on arches. In Chinese-Croatian Joint Colloquium "Long arch bridges", (pp.
Spencer Truscott from the club said: "We entered the competition with Race Arches UK to win a race arch and to our surprise we won.
"Then, more and more people started asking for inflatable Arches so I looked for a manufacturer in China.
They confirmed they will now begin appointing administrators for the Arches Theatre and Arches Retail Company.
The job has included a "homecoming" for two large stones from the Dukesfield Arches near Slaley which had been lying in a farmer's barn for years.
The plan called for building the precast arches off-site, with expected total bridge closure time of no more than 150 days, according to TxDOT, much less than the typical 12 months or more using traditional bridge construction methods.
3 reflects that maximum clear span between two joists is 4-6 feet for construction of arches above them.