high arch

high arch

Pes cavus Orthopedics A foot characterized by a high anteroposterior arch, which is due to either orthopedic or neuromuscular defects
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I can see Raffles now, as he looked at me once more with a high arch over each clear eye.
Kitchens with soft-close doors and drawers, built in oven, hob, extractor, dishwasher and flat line stainless steel sink with high arch chrome tap are standard - all illuminated by ceiling spotlights.
The high arch or supinated foot, though less common, can cause its own problems with lack of enough shock absorption in associated knee, hip, and lower back problems.
30 m high arch (base), average gradient of 9% over 64 m and about 1% of 33 m, head protection with screen mesh barrier block.
MAKKAH: A 23-meter high arch is currently being constructed along the Makkah-Jeddah Expressway to indicate the Haram boundary of Makkah, so that people will know the exact limits of the Haram area.
In celebration, 11 brass section musicians from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, which is also turning 80 this year climbed to the top of the bridge's 134-metre high arch to perform for a select group of guests.
The aesthetics of the bridge have been debated since the project's beginnings, with various local elected officials pushing for a more elaborate design with a high arch over the bridge's center.
High Arch Height: A high arch can be associated with a neutral gait or underpronation.
The name (pierced rock) refers to a 15m/50ft high arch near its seaward end.
Wembley's 440ft high arch was being raised today in the first stage of a complex operation to lift it into position.
The new Wembley Stadium's 440-foot high arch has been declared unsafe to raise into position, it emerged today.