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Synonyms for four-sided

having four sides

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The first four-sided meeting of Azerbaijani, Turkish, Iranian and Georgian foreign ministers is scheduled for March 15 in Baku.
three-sided versus four-sided culverts) and repair options, to address those identified deficiencies.
The versatile system can be used in a variety of configurations, such as small four-sided pits; large unobstructed working pits as big as 50 by 50 feet; or in a linear multi-bay configuration to install pipe lengths 40 feet.
In the graph below, I have tried to illustrate how much more likely the underdogs are to reach the Champions League quarter-finals by winning a two-legged knockout tie than they were by finishing first or second in a four-sided group.
HMC vises available include multi-vise fixtures for mounting onto tombstones; three-, four, and six-sided production vise columns, and four-sided multi columns.
I am concerned that the article, while well researched, may create the mistaken impression that four-sided fencing is guaranteed to prevent drowning deaths.
According to American Heritage Dictionary IV, to flank is to guard the left or right side of a structure, an endless task at this tall, four-sided stone tower.
Their iconic, four-sided pitched roofs are evidently supported by the very same wood that elsewhere undermines structural soundness.
For many Jews, highlights of the holiday include spinning the dreidel, a four-sided top; eating fried potato pancakes called latkes with sour cream and applesauce; and small presents for the children.
2] of its advanced T-Series curtain walling, to form a secure four-sided internal atnum and lightwell.
It features a feed rate of 11 fpm to 52 fpm, maximum four-sided planing of 10 in.
The Iron Works built a four-sided blast furnace 20 ft high and 24 sq ft at its base.
They are offered in five types: a four-sided can with a spring-fingered lid, a four-sided can with a plain folded lid, a five-sided can with cornered flaps or a five-sided can with butted comers, and a four-sided version with top and bottom spring-fingered lids.
Cayonu residents probably produced cloth on a four-sided wooden frame, the Dutch archaeologist proposes on the basis of her examination of the new find.