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angular

/an·gu·lar/ (ang´gu-lar) sharply bent; having corners or angles.

angular

(ang′gyŭ-lăr) [L. angularis, having corners or angles]
Having corners or angles.
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We take context into account using a conditional random field that has been trained on triples of angularly sequential digits from both healthy and impaired clocks, enabling the system to classify a digit based in part on the interpretation of the digits on either (angular) side of the current candidate.
A Rotman lens has M beam ports and N array ports, and it has the capacity to form M discrete beams in different directions; and involves steering an off-axis incident plane wave directed onto the microwave array ports to angularly separated beam ports.
NELSON, Global existence, asymptotics and uniqueness for the reflection kernel of the angularly shifted transport equation, Math.
LumiBright LE Light Engines feature patented non-imaging optics that direct LED light into a desired cone angle, while producing highly uniform output, both angularly and spatially.
This suggested that reinforcing the transcortically placed Steinmann pins with acrylic material is adequate for smaller sized ruminants but do not provide rigid fixation for angularly placed tibia in adult cows.
In Still Life with Studio Window (1931), the props are obstructed on all sides with no way out: a dark wall, curtain and transom windows close off the outside world at the back, while in the viewer's direction an angularly folded cloth and a glass door act as a barrier.
The cylinder was angularly divided into four slices, and the angle for each slice was 90[degrees].
Eggs were collected on ovi-positioning pads placed angularly onto water surface and transferred into rectangular perspex containers (15 x 10 x 20 cm).
The fore-ends on the Flex system snap, unlock and lift off (and back on) angularly, with a firm press on a well-shielded pressure point--very much the same motion used to remove the forearm from an old-fashioned double.
I understood it was retained in its dovetail by an angularly placed pin that ran through the sight body and seated in the slide.
The 3D capability of the instrument makes it possible to measure both radially symmetrical divergences or angularly different types, addressing a range of finished materials.
They may be glued together to form a simple linear probe or angularly offset one from the next in a shallow fan shape.