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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 calculated fractal dimension values are not dependent on the resolution of the imaging system if the digital camera can get a clear image of the shape and angularity of aggregates.
In general, phenotypic correlations were close to zero, except for angularity (0.
The angularity of these minerals and the instability of hornblende indicate that the volcanism was occurring close to the depositional basin.
The steel slag fractions of 0/5 and 2/5 in this mixture were replaced with dolomite filler and crushed quartz sand, because of the strength and angularity the fine steel slag fractions which can cause excessive wear of the asphalt production and paving equipment.
Further oxygenation will melt the tannins, beginning from the back palate, where angularity is replaced by velvety softness, while the front of the mouth remains firm, a stage we call "round.
However, the gentle, sweeping motion created as Bridge With Nails lists to one side softens the impact of the metal quills, while simultaneously refining the angularity of the form.
This provider of testing equipment designed to evaluate mechanical properties of materials and components offers its enhanced AlignPro system for real-time concentricity and angularity adjustment under load.
I wish I could say that we designed the placement of the Barosaurus in response to the angularity of the Lee-Chin Crystal--it creates such a wonderful architectural dialogue in the building--but that would only be partially true.
A synthesis of the lyricism of Alban Berg and the angularity of Pierre Boulez led to some constantly fascinating counterpoint workings for the orchestra.
The tower rising from the reflecting pool, designed by Rosen to counterbalance the design's angularity, provides a splash of bright blue, which is echoed in a quartet of rectangles that float horizontally across the building's facade.
Hexagonal hole with inclined axis for evaluating the need for support structures and form tolerances such us angularity
Not feature for feature, mind you--they have squinty eyes, big ears, big noses, and no chin--but in overall angularity and expression.