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  • 1 chord — I. /kɔd / (say kawd) noun 1. a string of a musical instrument. 2. a feeling or emotion: to strike a chord. 3. Geometry that part of a straight line between two of its intersections with a curve. 4. Civil Engineering one of the main members which… …

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  • 2 bottom-road bridge — noun : a bridge having its roadway carried on a floor system at the level of the lower chord in a truss bridge or at the bottom in a tubular bridge called also through bridge …

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  • 3 Sixth chord — Sixth chords over C bass:  Play first inversion A minor chord …

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  • 4 Half-diminished seventh chord — See also: Dominant seventh flat five chord half diminished seventh chord Component intervals from root minor seventh diminished fifth (tritone) …

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  • 5 Diminished seventh chord — on C  Play ( …

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  • 6 Minor chord — minor triad Component intervals from root perfect fifth minor third root …

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  • 7 Barre chord — A barre chord ( E Major shape ), with the index finger used to bar the strings …

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  • 8 Major chord — major triad Component intervals from root perfect fifth major third root …

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  • 9 Guitar chord — A barre chord ( E Major shape ), with the index finger used to bar the strings. In music, a guitar chord is a chord, or collection of tones usually sounded together at once, played on a guitar. It can be composed of notes played on adjacent or… …

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  • 10 Open chord — G major chord for guitar (open). An A major chord for guitar (barre) …

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  • 11 So What chord — In jazz and jazz harmony, a So What chord is a particular rootless 5 note chord voicing employed by Bill Evans in the amen response figure [John Robert Brown (2004). Mel Bay s Concise History of Jazz , p.146. ISBN 0786649836.] to the head of the… …

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  • 12 Truss — For other uses, see Truss (disambiguation). In architecture and structural engineering, a truss is a structure comprising one or more triangular units constructed with straight members whose ends are connected at joints referred to as nodes.… …

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  • 13 Blackfriars Street Bridge — The Blackfriars Street Bridge in London, Ontario, Canada is a wrought iron, through, bowstring truss or tied arch bridge, placed across the North Thames River in 1875 and still carrying frequent vehicular and pedestrian traffic. At 216 feet (65.8 …

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  • 14 Royal Albert Bridge — Infobox Bridge bridge name = Royal Albert Bridge caption = The view from Saltash railway station before the walkways were removed from the end of the bridge in 2006. carries = Railway crosses = River Tamar locale = Saltash, United Kingdom maint …

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  • 15 Tied arch bridge — A tied arch bridge is a truss bridge in which the outward directed horizontal forces of the arch, or top chord, are borne as tension by the bottom chord (either tie rods or the deck itself), rather than by the ground or the bridge foundations.… …

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  • 16 Tied-arch bridge — Fremont Bridge in Portland, Oregon is the second longest tied arch bridge in the world. In this case the half arches on either end of the bridge terminate atop slender raised piers. The horizontal forces of the main arch and the outer half arches …

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  • 17 Fair Oaks Bridge — Geobox|Bridge name = Fair Oaks Bridge native name = category = Pratt Truss bridge image size = image caption = official name = Fair Oaks Bridge other name = other name1 = etymology type = etymology = Fair Oaks, California nickname = flag size =… …

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  • 18 пояс фермы — Совокупность стержней, составляющих верхнюю часть (верхний пояс) или нижнюю часть (нижний пояс) контура фермы. [Сборник рекомендуемых терминов. Выпуск 82. Строительная механика. Академия наук СССР. Комитет научно технической терминологии. 1970… …

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  • 19 Medium Girder Bridge — A 16 Bay with LRS Medium Girder Bridge across the Kazer River, Mosul, Iraq, 2003. The Medium Girder Bridge (MGB) is a lightweight, man portable bridge and can be assembled without help from heavy equipment. In addition, it is also a deck type,… …

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  • 20 Lumber — Timber redirects here. For other uses, see Timber (disambiguation). Timber in storage for later processing at a sawmill …

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