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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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The NAP configuration, due to the required numerical integration step to calculate angular velocity, is prone to cumulative integration error from bias, drift, misalignment, or vibration.
Angular pregnancy was first defined in 1898 by the American obstetrician Howard Kelly as "implantation of the embryo just medial to the uterotubal junction, in the lateral angle of the uterine cavity" and medial to the round ligament.
Our findings extend our knowledge about the angular gyrus as a center wherein the brain constructs higher-level meaning from individual words during semantic comprehension and plays an important role in the fluent composition of meaning in language," Hamilton said.
In recent times the definitions of these angular momenta raised certain controversy.
During further facial and oral examination angular cheilitis was detected but the patient was not aware of it.
The three-dimensional marker triad paths were recorded then smoothed via a Butterworth low-pass filter (6 hz), and processed to yield global body 1-2-3 angular motions of the club and the three-dimensional global positions of the hub path using methods described in Nesbit (2005).
The transverse components of the vector angular spectrum [A.
As knee angular velocity increases, the drag force on the ball can surpass the spring force, thereby moving the ball into the valve channel to stop fluid flow from the piston to the fluid reservoir.
NSK is a major supplier to the global pump market and has worked with manufacturers to develop the new angular contact bearings.
I compared all of Galileo's angular measurements with the reconstructed elongations, obtained using TheSky 6 Professional Edition.
Luckily for creatures like us who live on planets, a collapsing gas cloud will feed most of its matter toward the center while also spinning off material into a large disk that carries most of the angular momentum.
The motion is approximated by the extended angular jump model, which explores neither hydrodynamic theory nor dynamical methods, he says, and is a hindered molecular motion model that is intermediate between the rotational diffusion model and the model of fixed angular jumps.