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(intră-ōrăl trāsing)
A drawing of mandibular movements using a device attached to the opposing arches; its shape resembles that of an arrowhead or a pointed (i.e., Gothic) arch; when the instrument's marking point is at the apex of the arch, the jaws are considered to be in centric relation.
Synonym(s): arrow point tracing, Gothic arch tracing, Gothic arch, needlepoint tracing, stylus tracing.
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We note, too, that the figure of Tellus Mater in the Roman relief about which he then dreams seems to him to "lean," "gravely inclin[ing] herself" (David Jones, SL 19), rather as the Gothic arch obliquely leans from the vertical in a visual trope of angelic care for this world.
The ground-floor apartment is accessed via a Gothic arch.
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The doors dividing the bedroom from the conservatory have been made in the same Gothic arch shape that predominates throughout the house.
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The cash, awarded to Cyfeillion Cadw Tremadog (Friends of Historic Tremadog), will pay for the conservation and restoration of the gateway, a Grade II*listed gothic arch.
I couldn't resist taking advantage of the lack of a cornice to stencil in some architectural detail using a Gothic arch stencil.
One of five reception rooms, the sitting room is entered through a Gothic arch, a theme repeated throughout the property.
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