angular

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  • It was larger, had a more angular shape, and came with increased engine power.
  • The community is located east of a very angular-shaped lake, also called Star Lake.
  • Angular blocks of this hard rock are visible on the surface over much of the island.
  • He first focused on seed shape, which was either angular or round.
  • All points on a rigid body experience the same angular velocity at all times.
  • This caused controversy because public opinion had been divided concerning the merits of its angular design.
  • The first term is just the angular momentum of the center of mass.
  • He is described as being six feet tall, having an angular, tanned face, long black hair and blue eyes.
  • Point-like sources separated by an angle smaller than the angular resolution cannot be resolved.
  • It has a more angular head and a smaller shorter bill.
  • The most common style is divided into angular and cursive, each further divided into several sub-styles.
  • In front of them are two angular pieces of dark, shiny stone.
  • This type of device must be able to maintain angular direction and load-bearing over a large range of motion.
  • The outer universal joint allows greater angular changes but not changes in shaft length.
  • Angular relationships between the planets themselves and other points, called aspects, are typically determined.
  • As for looks, the new grilles were somewhat more angular and separated into eight pieces on each side.
  • Further, they can be observed with radio interferometers which can measure very small angular motions.
  • Because its total angular momentum remains the same during this process, the rotation rate increases.
  • He was frequently featured in music magazines thanks to his aggressive, driving playing style and his angular fashion sense.
  • The angular resolution of these devices is typically very poor.
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Meaning of angular

  • adjective Measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle
    angular momentum
  • adjective Having angles or an angular shape