Crossword clues for arc
- Compass course?
- Go up in the middle
- Path of a javelin
- Serial story line
- Parabola, essentially
- Penciled-in eyebrow, e.g.
- Cissoid segment
- Sector boundary
- Bow shape
- Not go straight
- It's measured in minutes
- Path across the sky
- L'___ de Triomphe
- Three-point line's shape
- Part of a circle
- Swing's path
- Lob's path
- Story development
- Fly ball's path
- Rocket trajectory
- Rocket's path, maybe
- Plot line
- Rocket's path
- Rainbow, e.g.
- It's produced by a Tesla coil
- Parabola, e.g.
- Firecracker's trajectory
- Circumference section
- ___ cosine
- Path of a Hail Mary pass
- Discus path
- Cannonball's path
- Shot put's path
- Continuing plot in a TV series
- Path of a fly ball
- Path of a pop-up
- Many a line on a flight route map
- Parenthesis shape
- Hyperbola part
- Shape of the Aleutian Islands, on a map
- Part of a curve
- Tangent starter?
- Three-point line, e.g.
- Move like a fly
- What pop-ups do
- Paris's ___ du Carrousel
- A pop-up has one
- Part of an oval
- Parabola, for one
- Go ballistic?
- It may extend for many minutes
- Ski jumper's path
- Curved path
- Brow line?
- Pigskin path
- Multi-episode story line
- What doesn't come full circle?
- A shooting star has one
- Move like the sun in the sky
- Story ___
- Chip shot's path
- "The ___ of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice": M.L.K.
- Eyebrow's shape, roughly
- Golf ball's path
- Electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
- A continuous portion of a circle
- Something curved in shape
- What a line drive lacks
- Rainbow, for one
- Kind of lamp
- Parabolic path
- Firecracker's path
- Meteor's path
- Throw a curve
- Line made with a compass
- ___ de Triomphe
- Comet's path
- Minute of ___ (1/60 degree)
- Circle segment
- Roman candle path
- Rainbow shape
- Compass line
- Basketball's path
- Cycloid section
- Arrow's path
- Compass tracing
- Circle section
- Geometric curve
- Pinball path
- Electricity path
- Parenthesis, essentially
- ___ tangent
- Curved figure
- Compass drawing
- ___ lamp
- Kind of lighting
- Slow-pitch pitch
- Heavenly route
- ___ welder
- Compass doodle
- Rainbow's shape
- Compass creation
- Kind of welder
- Missile's trajectory
- Hail Mary path
- It's measured in degrees
- Fly's path
- Cyclometer measurement
- Discharge between two electrodes
- Missile's path
- Compass-drawn line
- Path of a football pass
- Pendulum's path
- Holder of a number of degrees
- Waterspout trajectory
- Festoon's shape
- Rocket's trajectory
- Not the shortest line between two points
- Apparent path of the sun
- Electrical bridge
- Parenthesis, e.g.
- It doesn't go full circle
- Electric ___
- Part of a sector
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Arc \Arc\, n. [F. arc, L. arcus bow, arc. See Arch, n.]
(Geom.) A portion of a curved line; as, the arc of a circle or of an ellipse.
A curvature in the shape of a circular arc or an arch; as, the colored arc (the rainbow); the arc of Hadley's quadrant.
An arch. [Obs.]
Statues and trophies, and triumphal arcs.
The apparent arc described, above or below the horizon, by the sun or other celestial body. The diurnal arc is described during the daytime, the nocturnal arc during the night.
Electric arc, Voltaic arc. See under Voltaic.
Arc \Arc\ ([aum]rk), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Arcked ([aum]rkt); p. pr. & vb. n. Arcking.] (Elec.) To form a voltaic arc, as an electrical current in a broken or disconnected circuit.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., originally in reference to the sun's apparent motion in the sky, from Old French arc "bow, arch, vault" (12c.), from Latin arcus "a bow, arch," from PIE root *arku- "bowed, curved" (cognates: Gothic arhvazna "arrow," Old English earh, Old Norse ör; also, via notion of "supple, flexible," Greek arkeuthos, Latvian ercis "juniper," Russian rakita, Czech rokyta, Serbo-Croatian rakita "brittle willow"). Electrical sense is from 1821.
1893, in the electrical sense, from arc (n.). Meaning "to move in an arc" attested by 1954. Related: Arced; arcing.
acr. 1 Advanced Reader's Copy, a copy of a book given to a reviewer free in advance so that (s)he should review the book 2 (context pathology English) AIDS-related complex 3 American Red Cross
ARC may refer to:
Arc is a dialect of the Lisp programming language developed by Paul Graham and Robert Morris.
Arc is a live album of feedback, guitar noise, and vocal fragments that was realized from various shows on the 1991 Neil Young and Crazy Horse US tour, which was originally released with Weld in a special-edition 3-CD set called Arc-Weld.
According to an interview with Steve Martin of Agnostic Front that appeared in the December 1991 issue of Pulse! magazine, Arc had its genesis in a film that Young made called Muddy Track (referred to in an interview with David Fricke in the November 28, 1991, issue of Rolling Stone), which consisted of the beginnings and endings of various songs from his 1987 European tour. Young placed a video camera on his amplifier during the 1987 tour and recorded the beginnings and endings of various songs, and later edited them down into the film's soundtrack. "It was the sound of the entire band being sucked into this little limiter, being compressed and fuckin' distorted to hell," Young said to Martin, referring to the soundtrack of Muddy Track. Young then showed the video to Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, who suggested that he record an entire album in a similar manner. However, Arc was not recorded through video camera microphones, as was the case with Muddy Track, but instead was compiled from various professional multi-track recordings made throughout the tour.
ARC is a lossless data compression and archival format by System Enhancement Associates (SEA). It was very popular during the early days of networked dial-up BBS. The file format and the program were both called ARC. The ARC program made obsolete the previous use of a combination of the SQ program to compress files and the LU program to create .LBR archives, by combining both compression and archiving functions into a single program. Unlike ZIP, ARC is incapable of compressing entire directory trees. The format was subject to controversy in the 1980s—an important event in debates over what would later be known as open formats.
The .arc file extension is often used for several file archive-like file types. For example, the Internet Archive uses its own ARC format to store multiple web resources into a single file. The FreeArc archiver also uses .arc extension, but uses a completely different file format.
Nintendo uses an unrelated 'ARC' format for resources, such as MIDI, voice samples, or text, in GameCube and Wii games. Several unofficial extractors exist for this type of ARC file.
The Arc is a number of Bahá'í administrative buildings at the Bahá'í World Centre on Mount Carmel located at Haifa, Israel. They include the Seat of the Universal House of Justice, the Seat of the International Teaching Centre, the International Archives, and the Centre for the Study of the Sacred Texts. A fifth building, the International Bahá'í Library, has yet to be built.
The Arc is a river in the Savoie département of south-eastern France. It is a left tributary of the Isère River, which it joins at Chamousset, approximately downstream from Albertville. Its source is near the border with Italy, in the Graian Alps, northeast of Bonneval-sur-Arc. The valley of the Arc, the Maurienne, is an important transport artery between France and Italy.
An (simple) arc in finite projective geometry is a set of points which satisfies, in an intuitive way, a feature of curved figures in continuous geometries. Loosely speaking, they are sets of points that are far from "line-like" in a plane or far from "plane-like" in a three-dimensional space. In this finite setting it is typical to include the number of points in the set in the name, so these simple arcs are called -arcs. An important generalization of the -arc concept, also referred to as arcs in the literature, are the -arcs.
The Arc is an long river in the south of France. It arises at an elevation of , close to the village of Pourcieux. It then passes through Aix-en-Provence before flowing into the Étang de Berre, a lagoon connected with the Mediterranean Sea to the west of Marseille. Its drainage basin, with a surface area of , is divided between two départments, Var and Bouches-du-Rhône. The Bayeux, the Cause and the Torse are its tributaries.
ARC (Alphense Racing Club) is a Dutch association football club from Alphen aan den Rijn. The club, established in 1927, is in the Topklasse, the third tier of football in the Netherlands. ARC won the title in the Saturday Hoofdklasse A division in the 1997–98 season.
In Euclidean geometry, an arc (symbol: ⌒) is a closed segment of a differentiable curve. A common example in the plane (a two-dimensional manifold), is a segment of a circle called a circular arc. In space, if the arc is part of a great circle (or great ellipse), it is called a great arc.
Every pair of distinct points on a circle determines two arcs. If the two points are not directly opposite each other, one of these arcs, the minor arc, will subtend an angle at the centre of the circle that is less than radians (180 degrees), and the other arc, the major arc, will subtend an angle greater than radians.
Arc, for activity-regulated cytoskeleton-associated protein (also known as Arg3.1), is a plasticity protein first characterized in 1995. Arc is a member of the immediate-early gene (IEG) family, a rapidly activated class of genes functionally defined by their ability to be transcribed in the presence of protein synthesis inhibitors. Arc mRNA is localized to activated synaptic sites in an NMDA receptor-dependent manner, where the newly translated protein is believed to play a critical role in learning and memory-related molecular processes. Arc is widely considered to be an important protein in neurobiology because of its activity regulation, localization, and utility as a marker for plastic changes in the brain. Dysfunctions in the production of Arc protein has been implicated as an important factor in understanding of various neurological conditions including: Amnesia; Alzheimer's disease; Autism spectrum disorders; and, Fragile X syndrome. Along with other IEGs such as zif268 and Homer 1a, Arc is also a significant tool for systems neuroscience as illustrated by the development of the cellular compartment analysis of temporal activity by fluorescence in situ hybridization, or catFISH technique (see fluorescent in situ hybridization).
Arc is the second studio album by British indie pop band Everything Everything. It was released in the United Kingdom on 14 January 2013, having been preceded by the singles " Cough Cough" and " Kemosabe".
ARC ( Argonaut RISC Core) embedded processors are a family of 32-bit CPUs originally designed by ARC International, with roots in the Super FX chip for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. They are widely used in SoC devices for storage, home, mobile, automotive, and Internet of Things applications. ARC processors have been licensed by more than 200 organizations and are shipped in more than 1.5 Billion products per year.
ARC processors are now part of the Synopsys DesignWare series, and can be optimized for a wide range of uses. Designers can differentiate their products by using patented configuration technology to tailor each ARC processor instance to meet specific performance, power and area requirements. The ARC processors are also extendable, allowing designers to add their own custom instructions that can significantly increase performance or reduce power consumption.
ARC processors are RISC processors, and employ the 16-/32-bit ARCompact instruction set architecture that provides good performance and code density for embedded and host SoC applications. The processors are synthesizable and can be implemented in any foundry or process, and are supported by a complete suite of development tools.
Configuration of the ARC processors occurs at design time, using the ARChitect processor configurator. The core was designed to be extensible. Unlike most embedded microprocessors, extra instructions, registers and functionality can be added, in a Lego-block kind of manner. Customers analyse the task, break down the operations, and then choose the appropriate extensions, or develop their own to create their own custom microprocessor. They might optimise for speed, energy efficiency or code density. Extensions can include for example, an MMU, a fast multiplier–accumulator, a USB Host, a viterbi path decoder, or a user's proprietary RTL functions.
The Arc is a greyhound competition held at Swindon Stadium. It was inaugurated in 1964 at Walthamstow Stadium but when the track closed in 2008 the event switched to Swindon.
Arc is an EP by Agoraphobic Nosebleed's vocalist Kat Katz, which was released on January 22, 2016 via Relapse Records. It is the first in a 4 part series of their EPs representing each individual member of the band's vision and influence.
Usage examples of "arc".
Fireworks, a rocket in a silver arc, white actinic fire in high parabola, its origin somewhere to the left, its terminus twenty yards behind Johan Schmidt.
The Deck Officer, now crouched low on the deck, his forward leg bent, his aft leg ruler straight, quickly waved his wand forward in a big arc, the wand finally touching the deck, then coming up to point straight ahead down the deck into the wind.
On the outside, induction cables lashed round in anarchic hundred-kilometre arcs, preventing even the most agile void-hawks from rendezvousing.
The cannon-fire was not followed by the alarum bells, so they knew Bluto was just sending a few balls arcing through the night to remind the Turks he was there.
The final visa approval had come through only the day before, the fifth of June, and just hours later Mondschein had boarded the Aero Alvarado flight that would take him in a single soaring supersonic arc nonstop from Zurich to his long-lost homeland on the west coast of South America.
They could clearly see the Sagittarian arm, the companion spiral arm to their Aquarian home, arcing off to one side, and there in Leo lay the center of the galaxy, hidden by clouds of stars, with somewhere beating in its midst the great black hole round which the whole thing spins.
Chainer was sure no one noticed the arachnid as it scuttled to the edge of the pit and began making a wide arc toward the white-robed mage.
Owner Ramsey Osborn yesterday hedged his Arc bets by selling a half-share in his four-year-old colt to arbitrageur Malcolm Pembroke, who launched into bloodstock only this week with a two million guineas yearling at the Premium Sales.
He had to try something because without Arra, it was up to him, and unless it turned out that a 6,000 watt carbon arc lamp was all it took, the world was fucking doomed.
It hesitated at the peak of its arc for an instant, quivering, and I held my breath, as the eyes of Asteria, the guard and myself all converged on its tip, each of us willing it with all the strength of our being in a direction to be ultimately decided only by Tissaphernes and the gods themselves.
It was expecting too much of coincidence to believe that the Baguette disturbance and the arc were unrelated.
When he comes to the console end of his arc, he lifts his bandaged hand meaningfully and steps past Baram to get a clear view of the board.
The animal was almost beyond effective range now, but the next bullet fired with the rear sight at maximum elevation fell in a long arcing trajectory and they heard the thump of the strike, long after the beisa had collapsed abruptly and disappeared below the line of grey scrub.
The boy let the bolas fly, yelling with adrenalin intoxication, and it caught the sayce on its forelegs, stones twisting in ever-shorter arcs with incredible speed.
He circled the CARM, then arced off toward the green doughnut that Booce had made his target.