arch supports

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  • Fifteen arches support the roof of the main hall, five on each of the three sides.
  • It consists of two wide arches supported in the center by a large column.
  • This type of arch supports much less weight than a true arch.
  • Inside the church the 11th-century arch supporting the tower is the most notable feature.
  • In the middle of each side was an open arch supported by ramps.
  • This kind of support is commonly called bi-arch support or more generally multi-arch support.
  • Over each light is a pointed arch supported by a free-standing polished granite column.
  • The bridge was composed of twenty arches supported by stone pillars.
  • On the ground floor, five round arches supported the front of the building, and enabled the space to be used as a market hall.
  • And speaking of that reminds me that I have to order arch-supports for my feet. Cited from The Prairie Wife, by Arthur Stringer
  • Careful construction in medium unit, and two relieving arches supporting the right bank.
  • After the cast is taken off, some patients are prescribed arch support for about 6 months.
  • The foot bridges have metal arch support, with a wood plank floor.
  • The causeway is supported by three arches on the eastern side, while thirty-eight arches support it on the western side.
  • The entrance features an arch supported by two pairs of columns in composite style.
  • The entrance is formed by an arch supported by two pilasters.
  • That means it had half-round arches supporting a flat timber ceiling.
  • The westwork opens toward the double bay through a large arch supported by pillars.
  • There are both single and double arches supported by pillars.
  • The walls of the tunnel were lined in stone, and a double brick arch supported the roof.