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having the shape of a curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point

not taking a direct or straight line or course

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an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

having a circular shape

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describing a circle

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A Dual-Band Circularly Polarized Aperture-Coupled Stacked Microstrip Antenna For Global Positioning Satellite.
5x eye length; clypeus shallowly, circularly emarginated medially, supraclypeal area roundly protruding to point of interantennal carinae (Fig.
In rare regions where conditions are just right, the researchers say, this "superchiral" light would twist around at rates hundreds of times higher than ordinary circularly polarized light.
Simulation of the part motion on the circularly vibrating plane
Chapters describe research in nonlinear behaviors of microwrinkles under compression, tricritical phenomena in nonionic microemulsion systems and constant temperature and pressure, single molecular detection on circularly permuted green fluorescent protein, and surface and interfacial tension behavior of novel alkyl methylnaphthalene sulfonate surfactant solutions.
Apathy and disdain apparently doomed Stonehenge, Britain's prehistoric collection of circularly arranged megaliths.
Others point out that the Supremes, in their wisdom, have pronounced circularly that: an invention is obvious if it includes an obvious solution to a related problem.
WHOI researchers Dave Fratantoni and John Lund and NOAA scientist Rick Lumpkin cast surface drifters and special bobbing floats that can drift horizontally and vertically with the water as it sinks, meanders, and sometimes gets stirred up into circularly spinning currents called eddies (see page 18).
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The pattern on the woman's dress echoes the man's circularly rimmed glasses.
However the violation of parity equires that the photons be emitted as an incoherent mixture of El and Ml radiations and therefore the radiation is left circularly polarized and the transfer of helicity from electron to photon approaches 100% at the end-point of the spectrum.
Contrary to traditional polarization interferometers, work is carried out in circularly polarized light.
Of course we may note that once circular explanations are allowed, other solutions appear on the horizon: perhaps the theist could instead explain God's free choice nonviciously circularly in terms of the attractiveness of the reasons for the choice and the attractiveness of these reasons in terms of the free choice.
The term circular dichroism refers to the absorption difference between left- and right-handed circularly polarized light.
In the test condition for each study, subjects were exposed to a circularly polarized, 60-Hz sinusoidal magnetic field generated at a resultant flux density of 28.