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Earlier this summer, many media observers’ eyebrows arched when a Vice spokesman told The New York Times that Vice would drop the production of written content by up to 50%.
Plus, there are ample opportunities to get out and stretch your legs on short hikes to arched rocks, ancient petroglyphs, and narrow sandstone canyons.
For some, the phrase may conjure up images of a close-knit family, a steady job, and a Victorian house at the end of a street arched with oak trees.Psychologists say a good life doesn’t have to be happy, or even meaningful|Sarah Todd|August 20, 2021|Quartz
Your pelvis should be tilted, back slightly arched, and eyes looking forward.
Hinge forward at your hips and lower your torso until it’s nearly parallel to the floor, keeping your back straight or slightly arched.
Or gazing towards the Bible stories, saints and martyrs depicted in the arched stained glass windows.Inside New York’s Scandal-Hit Seminary and Other ‘Open House’ Treats|Lizzie Crocker|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The tour starts with a difficult choice: which of the three arched doorways will you choose?The Royal Academy Wants You to Finish This Artwork|Chloë Ashby|January 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When they returned, many came to this small building with arched windows only a few blocks from the grimy Caspian beach.
For other photographers, models arched their backs and posed.Arthur Elgort's Casual Magic: Renowned Fashion Photographer Wins CFDA Board Award|Robin Givhan|June 3, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The gracefully arched ceiling of the Oval Office can make the biggest of men look small.
The Arab pricked his ears, swished his long and arched tail viciously, and showed the whites of his eyes.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
He was looking at me with eyebrows arched, curiously, and there was a faint suggestion of hostility in the set of his mouth.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
A peculiar form of grave common in these chambers, as well as in the galleries, is that known as the arcosolium, or arched tomb.
Sometimes the recess is rectangular instead of arched, and is then called by De Rossi sepolcro a mensa, or table tomb.
The high-arched temple, in the centre of which stands the sarcophagus, is inlaid with mosaic work of rare stones.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer