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trig·o·nal

(trig'ō-năl),
Triangular; relating to a trigonum.

trigonal

/tri·go·nal/ (tri´go-nal)
1. triangular.
2. pertaining to a trigone.

trig·o·nal

(trig'ŏ-năl)
Triangular; relating to a trigonum.

trigonal

1. triangular.
2. pertaining to a trigone.

trigonal-colonic anastomosis
a method of diverting urine flow by surgically joining the trigone of the bladder to the colon.
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Precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) has seen a trend away from rhombohedral (a spherical pigment) to aragonite PCC (an acicular pigment).
Recently, we described: (1) a binary singularity involving a monoclinic and a rhombohedral lattice in a subcell-supercell relationship and (2) a second type of singularity--a ternary singularity--in which two of the three lattices are in a derivative composite relationship.
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1983; Peacock 1991; Peacock and Sanderson 1995; McClay and Dooley 1995) have proposed two models to explain the formation and evolution of large, transtensional basins along strike-slip faults: one model of transtensional and rhombohedral pull-apart basins at step-overs or releasing bends, and a second model of more elongate and rift-like basins produced by fault-normal extension coeval with strike-slip motion (Ben-Avraham and Zoback 1992).