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ar·cade

(ar-kād'),
An anatomic structure or structures (especially a blood vessel) taking the form of a series of arches.
[L. arcus, arc, bow]

arcade

Etymology: L, arcus, bow
an arch or series of arches.

ar·cade

(ahr-kād')
An anatomic structure or structures (especially a blood vessel) taking the form of a series of arches.
[L. arcus, arc, bow]

arcade

see dental arcade.
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The three arcades had been owned by Curzon Real Estate since 2003.
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Walter Benjamin, The Arcades Project, translated by Howard Eiland and Kevin McLaughlin.