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angular

(ang′gyŭ-lăr) [L. angularis, having corners or angles]
Having corners or angles.
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They remain angularly oriented to any uneven wear on the pin and in the corresponding through-holes in the core.
With its angularly shaped and minimalist design, the ceramic line Cube Ceramic transforms every bathroom into an urban place of relaxation.
Palatal root torque is given to the incisor region by attaching the anterior and posterior segments angularly to each other with a piece of crimping.
* MTM--mechanical transmissions modules (connectors between motors, grippers, rotators and different locomotion actuators as wheels modules, track modules and caterpillars themselves), which transmit torque from the drive modules and allow the user to increase or reduce full speed of rotation and the moment of motor output shaft and also to put shaft angularly to the motor or to move it.
The angularly connected, or branched, squares constitute a link of a polyomino chain.
Shaft couplings are flexible couplings in which inertia is minimised, these generate no backlash, can transmit torque angularly and have high torsional rigidity.
The case would present the Type I variant of transmigration, ie, canine retained mesio angularly under the incisors, labial or lingual, across the midline.
3 are angularly directed mostly towards the specular direction for low fractal dimensions, while they are more angularly diffused for high fractal dimensions (this was a clear observation of ours for a very large number of computer simulations).
Isocryptolepine is an angularly fused alkaloid with an indolo[3,2-c]quinoline ring system, whereas cryptolepine is a linearly fused alkaloid with an indolo[3,2-b]quinoline ring system [51].
Srivastava, "An angularly stable dual-band FSS with closely spaced resonances using miniaturized unit cell," IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, vol.
The concentration effect is brought by the diffraction grating which should angularly split the incoming light wavelengths and bring wanted wavelength range to the solar cell either directly or by TIR.