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use "arch" in a sentence

Finally a great aching arch, a crack, a whir, and a long dark roar.

India is also suspicious of China's support for India's arch-rival, Pakistan.

The huge arch is about 262 feet high and gives the impression of praying hands.

Earlier, Prime Minister Netanyahu compared Israel's arch-foe, Iran, to the Nazis.

Jack Berger Associates, Arch. was the architect and developer, completed in 1988.

Lawsuits also delayed the building of the Arch, which ended up costing about $13 million.

The arch was constructed high enough to allow passage of the Emperor's dragon boat.

Once inside the arch, just follow the yellow arrows conveniently painted on the asphalt path.

Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia is wary of the ambitions of its arch rival Iran across the Gulf.

Follow Doug on Twitter The Montreal Canadiens play their arch rivals the Boston Bruins tonight.

Saudi Arabia's arch nemesis Iran has adopted a very high-handed approach on Syria from day one.

The destruction of the arch today is an episode in the series of the city's destruction, he added.

But McDonald’s has had failed attempts at premium offerings like the Arch Deluxe and Angus burgers.

It's part of a probe targeting supporters of President Erdogan's arch-enemy, cleric Fethullah Gulen.

Arch Intern Med. 2010 Jan 25;170(2):208-9 4 Healthy lifestyle factors help ward off chronic disease.

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