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Synonyms for circularity

the roundness of a 2-dimensional figure

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For now, those in the plastics value chain must recognize how PTF can contribution to sustainability--and serve as the path toward circularity for plastics.
Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and non-randomised controlled trials (non-RCTs) that compared FSL capsulotomy versus manual CCC morphology (diameter, circularity, complications, etc.
The main objective of this work is to obtain minimum tool wear rate, maximum material removal rate and form tolerances such as circularity and cylindricity within acceptable range.
Eucharistic circularity means politicians should show their gratitude to those who put them in office by selfless public service.
Image analysis was performed using ImageJ (NIH) to determine the as-spun fiber equivalent diameter, circularity index, and roundedness.
Schmitt argues that on an operations-based account of justified belief, the move from the perspective reliability of causal inferences to the claim that they are defeasibly justifying need not entail epistemic circularity, but if it does, Hume would find that circularity unobjectionable.
There's a kind of circularity to each act of being, and this you
In particular, shape parameters such as particle convexity and circularity are shown to be important in differentiating primary particles and agglomerates.
To show that competition between protection agencies would have beneficial consequences, [legal] polycentrists often cite results from price theory about market competition But there is a circularity problem here: markets presuppose a legal framework; hence before polycentrists can employ price theoretic arguments about market competition, they must first show that the legal requirements of markets are satisfied, that is, that property rights and contracts are enforced.
The particles have a mean circularity of from about 0.
Line quality depends on the dot characteristics in terms of dot positional accuracy and circularity.
However, the CII director general said that this circularity could be broken through a change in monetary policy stance.
It includes articles on the history of Western, African, and Islamic philosophy; treatments of hermeneutics, aesthetics, functionalism, and Kantian ethics; many technical terms in philosophy, such as circularity in argument, mental events, and reductionism; and topics like gender in international law, ecology, cosmology, animals, choice, bad faith, categorical thinking, character, community, democracy, friendship, existence, doubt, feminist ethics, evil, language, jurisprudence, infinity, hedonism, idolatry, naturalism, lying, moral realism, pain, reality, theism, the self, and virtue.
Cory explains that the likelihood of that doubling is great, given the circularity of the relationship: as the Earth warms, the frozen Arctic soils also warm, thaw, and release more carbon dioxide.