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quadrangular

 [kwod-rang´gu-lar]
having four angles; see quadrilateral (def. 1).

qua·dran·gu·lar

(kwah-dran'gyū-lăr),
Having four angles. See: quadrangular membrane.
[L. quadrangularis, fr. quadrangulum, quadrangle]

quadrangular

(kwŏd-răng′ū-lĕr) [L. quadri, four, + angulus, angle]
Having four angles.

quadrangular

having four angles.
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Leinster are favourites for this year's Quadrangle Championship, also at at Longhirst Hall, but will be challenged by Scotland, Warwickshire and reigning champions Northern Universities SC-CC over five days.
Children interviewed residents from the Quadrangle Centre, in Maryvale Road, Bournville, about their school life at Bournville Junior and other memories they have of the area.
Many of the quadrangles and gardens date back to medieval times, when the colleges were religious foundations and all the dons in holy orders.
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