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annular

 [an´u-ler]
ring-shaped.

an·u·lar

(an'yū-lar),
Ring-shaped.
Synonym(s): annular

annular

Arranged in a ring; ring-like.

an·u·lar

(an'yŭ-lăr)
Ring shaped.
Synonym(s): annular.

annular

Ring-shaped. Mainly used to refer to anything that encircles a hollow tube of organ as in the case of an annular cancer of the colon.

annular

(of plants) ring-shaped, as in annular thickening of XYLEM vessels.

an·u·lar

, annular (anyū-lăr)
Ring-shaped.
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In this paper, an improved Fourier series method (IFSM) previously proposed for the vibration analysis of beams and plates [24-28] is extended to annular sector plates under different boundary conditions, including the general elastic restraints.
Annular eclipses can last over three hours in locations where annularity is visible.
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Other annular and raised lesions are on the differential for GA, but careful attention to the patient's history and examination can clarify the diagnosis.
Figure 1(a) illustrates a typical annular polisher, which mainly consists of a polishing disc, a carrier disc, and a swinging bracket, respectively.
Cholangiopancreatography of the resected specimen showed that the annular duct was connected to the major papilla (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
A huge array of flow technology options is on offer which provides options in selecting the correct annular flow measurement for the application of drilling engineering.
Therefore, we wished to present a patient who had had vomiting after meals for seven years and was diagnosed as having annular pancreas.
A cylindrical metallic waveguide with radius R is completely filled with an annular plasma column.
Instead, we here propose an approach based on annular beam shaping.
OSI Optoelectronics (Hawthorne, CA) has introduced a family of Annular Quadrant Silicon Photodiodes.