parallelograms

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  • Green colour has replaced red, and each car now has two green parallelograms instead of one larger figure between carriages.
  • The red, green, and blue shapes were replaced with red, green, and blue parallelograms.
  • Red colouring at the end of each car forms red parallelograms when the carriages are combined.
  • They are unequal in size, five being short parallelograms, and four being spaces of the same shape but twice their length. Cited from The Life of Michelangelo Buonarotti, by John Addington Symonds
  • In parallelograms of the third type the two pairs of parallel sides are both of them pairs of point-tracks. Cited from The Concept of Nature, by Alfred North Whitehead
  • It is the home of the Flying Parallinis, who all look like parallelograms.
  • Around it are ruined parallelograms of every size, which in ancient times may have been workshops connected with the buildings in the island higher up. Cited from The Land of Midian, Vol. 2, by Richard Burton
  • This is also true for all parallelograms, but not for all quadrilaterals.
  • This fascination led her husband to nickname her his "princess of parallelograms".
  • In parallelograms of the second type one pair of parallel sides is a pair of rects and the other pair is a pair of point-tracks. Cited from The Concept of Nature, by Alfred North Whitehead
  • Thus there are three types of parallelograms in the four-dimensional manifold of event-particles. Cited from The Concept of Nature, by Alfred North Whitehead
  • There were also little free parallelograms of yellowish, highly translucent matter. Cited from Insectivorous Plants, by Charles Darwin
  • In parallelograms of the first type the two pairs of parallel sides are both of them pairs of rects. Cited from The Concept of Nature, by Alfred North Whitehead
  • Such a series always approaches unity, just as, represented graphically by means of parallelograms, it tends toward a square. Cited from The Beautiful Necessity, by Claude Fayette Bragdon
  • As for all parallelograms, the area A of a rhombus is the product of its base and its height (h).
  • These were in the form of parallelograms each three feet by twelve feet and surmounted by a glass show case of the same dimensions and eight inches in depth.
  • In fact, affine-regular polygons may be considered a natural generalization of parallelograms.
  • Repeating the argument for the right side of the figure, the bottom parallelogram has the same area as the sum of the two green parallelograms.
  • The key design feature is the use of parallelograms in the arms, which maintains the orientation of the end effector.
  • At first, the team abbreviations were replaced with the team logos, and the scores were white in black parallelograms.
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Root form of parallelograms is parallelogram for the noun.

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Meaning of parallelograms

  • noun A quadrilateral whose opposite sides are both parallel and equal in length