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triangular

 [tri-ang´gu-lar]
having three angles or corners.

triangular

(of plant structures) having the shape of a triangle.
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For those things to which the definition of the triangle or circle is applicable are all equally triangular or circular.
Hawkeye was not long in assuming his borrowed garments; and when his restless eyes were hid behind the glasses, and his head was surmounted by the triangular beaver, as their statures were not dissimilar, he might readily have passed for the singer, by starlight.
The schooner, with a triangular riding-sail on the mainmast, played easily at anchor, and except for the man by the cabin-roof - "house" they call it - she was deserted.
Dawn was shedding its pallid, placid glimmer on the purple ocean, when at the distance of a musket shot from them was seen a dark gray mass, above which gleamed a triangular sail; then masters and servants joined in a fervent cry to the crew of that vessel to hear them and to save.
This double favor, of a strangulation and a macaroni, conferred upon the triangular house, gave poor Cropoli a fancy to grace his hostelry with a pompous title.
Shortly after leaving this deserted camp, and reembarking in the canoes, the travellers met with three of the Snakes on a triangular raft made of flags or reeds; such was their rude mode of navigating the river.
The board, according to red Martian custom, was triangular, for there were three in our family.
At the Global South-South Development Expo in Antalya (Turkey), the Rome-based Agencies (RBAs) presented today a joint roadmap which aims to strengthen the three agencies collective efforts to facilitate South-South and Triangular Cooperation in the context of achieving progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 2, zero hunger, by 2030.
In this paper, the sequences that are deemed to be 'interesting' enough for further discussion include the counting numbers, squares, cubes, triangular numbers, tetrahedral numbers and Fibonacci numbers, among others.
Background: The injury of the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is a common cause of ulnar-sided wrist pain.
As an alternative to looking solely at linear functions, a three-lesson learning progression developed for Year 6 students that incorporates triangular numbers to develop children's algebraic thinking is described and evaluated.
4] the method of detection and localization of cloning regions for use of blocks of triangular, irregular shape and round blocks was modified.