Definition of Arcuses

1. arcus [n] - See also: arcus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arcuses

arcus tendineus
arcus tendineus musculi solei
arcus unguium
arcus venosus dorsalis pedis
arcus venosus juguli
arcus venosus palmaris profundus
arcus venosus palmaris superficialis
arcus venosus plantaris
arcus vertebrae
arcus volaris profundus
arcus volaris superficialis
arcus zygomaticus
arcuses (current term)
arcweld
arcwelded
arcwelding
arcwelds
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ardaite
ardanesthesia
ardealite
ardeb
ardebs
ardencies
ardency
ardent

Literary usage of Arcuses

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1. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury by Walter Farquhar Hook (1860)
"... made Bishop of London by Edward,— arcuses Queen Emma.— Forms a party against Earl Godwin.—Alien Priories.—Translated to Canterbury.—Goes to Rome. ..."

2. Bulletin des lois by France (1854)
"43443 'c rai» d'habillement pour \arcuses ït pantalons donnés aux marins Trais d'impressions pour le service des paquebots, et fiais d'au- ..."

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