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Definition of Ancon
AnconAncon An"con, Ancone An"cone, n. [See Ancon, above.]
(a) The corner or quoin of a wall, cross-beam, or rafter.
(b) A bracket supporting a cornice; a console. anconCrossette Cros*sette" (kr?s-s?t`), n. [F., dim. of crosse. See
(a) A return in one of the corners of the architrave of a
door or window; -- called also ancon, ear, elbow.
(b) The shoulder of a joggled keystone.
Meaning of Ancon from wikipedia
Ltd is a company
and manufactures stainless steel products
for the construction industry founded
and still based
in Sheffield, United...
- USS Ancon
(AGC-4) was one of three identical ships built
for the Panama Railroad Company
put into operation
in 1938. The ship was converted
to a troop...
to: Ancient places Ancon
(Picenum), town of ancient
Picenum, now in Italy Ancon
(Pontus), town of ancient
Pontus, now in Turkey
- Conservación de la Naturaleza
) is a conservation group
in Panama. They own and manage Punta
Patiño. The acronym
is a ode to Ancón
Hill, the highest
- Ancon sheep
"Otter" sheep) are a grouping
of domestic sheep
with long bodies
and very short
legs, with the fore-legs being
crooked. The term...
- have been named Ancon
. USS Ancon
(ID-1467), Panama Railroad Company
in the US Navy from 28 March—25 July 1919. USS Ancon
(AGC-4), an ocean...
is a district
in Peru. It is a po****r beach
resort, visited every summer
from Lima. Officially...
is a corregimiento
in Panamá District, Panamá Province, Panama
with a po****tion of 29,761 as of 2010. Its po****tion as of 1990 was 11,518; its...
Hill is a 654-foot hill that overlooks Panama
City, Panama, adjacent
to the township
Hill is an area in Panama
that was used for...
(/æŋˈkoʊnə/, also US: /ænˈ-, ɑːnˈ-/, Italian: [aŋˈkoːna] (listen); Ancient
Gr****: Ἀγκών, romanized: Ankṓn) is a city and a seaport
in the Marche...
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