its asymmetry

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  • Its asymmetry is due to the narrow location.
  • Notice that its asymmetry is artfully concealed by trees.
  • The physical system itself need not be symmetric; a jagged asteroid tumbling in space conserves angular momentum despite its asymmetry.
  • Its asymmetry and eclectic styles are due to its organic development, with additions and rebuilding being made by successive reigning kings over 200 years of history.
  • It was commercially unsuccessful, but its asymmetry is the foundation of the modern Double Gauss, including the Zeiss Biotar.
  • As far as the scenery is concerned, I have borrowed from impressionistic painting its asymmetry, its quality of abruptness, and have thereby in my opinion strengthened the illusion. Cited from Plays by August Strindberg, Second series, by August Strindberg
  • The physical system itself need not be symmetric; a jagged asteroid tumbling in space conserves angular momentum despite its asymmetry -- it is the laws of its motion that are symmetric.
  • Prepared, in 1910, the first, and only example of an optically active compound which contains no asymmetric atom, but owes its asymmetry to an oxime grouping.
  • One of the features of the river basin of the Vistula is its asymmetry -- in great measure resulting from the tilting direction of the Central-European Lowland toward the north-west, the direction of the flow of glacial waters, as well as considerable predisposition of its older base.
  • Janu Sirsasana differs from Paschimottanasana in its asymmetry in the legs and hips, and in the twisting action this asana imparts to the spine.
  • Its asymmetry is precisely the root of its dynamism as eternal Act, eternal "perichoresis" On this logic, Barth's pneumatological minimalism cannot be inherently rooted in the filioque.