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Synonyms for radius

the length of a line segment between the center and circumference of a circle or sphere

a straight line from the center to the perimeter of a circle (or from the center to the surface of a sphere)

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a circular region whose area is indicated by the length of its radius

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the outer and slightly shorter of the two bones of the human forearm

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support consisting of a radial member of a wheel joining the hub to the rim

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WPA again wishes to congratulate GECOM for not bowing to pressure and for keeping the HtH (house to house ) registration timeline within the CCJ's guideline,' the party said.
City of Burton, 493 Mich 303, 311-313 (2013), the Michigan Supreme Court held that there was to be no "judicial legislation" of the clear and unambiguous text of the WPA. In other words, no new phrases or rules were to be written in to the text of the statute, or to be written out of the text of the statute.
Further, the company said that in addition to WPA's earlier deposit of USD75m related to the signing of the original agreement, a second deposit of USD25m was received.
In "Spanish American Music in New Mexico, The WPA Era: Folk Songs, Dance Tunes, Singing Games, and Guitar Arrangements", materials collected between 1936 and 1941 are assembled in five separate units.
The first president of the WPA was Jean Delay and the first Secretary General was Henry Ey, esteemed and legendary names of the period.
Several potential factors thought as independent variables in the survey were age of beekeeper (AB; mean: 52, 25 to 80 age), education level (EL; illiterate(EL_1), literate (EL_2), primary school (EL_3), secondary school (EL_4), high school (EL_5), two-year degree (EL_6) and bachelor's degree (EL_7)), number of full beehives (NFB; mean: 66, 20 to 260), bee race (BR, Caucasian (BR_1), Caucasian crossbreed (BR_2) and Carniolan (BR_3)), the time spent in plateau (TSP; mean: 118 day, 98 to 180 days), feed of autumn and spring (FAS; kg), working period in apiculture during year (WPA; mean: 64 day, 0 to 180 days), frequency of changing queen (FCQ; mean: 2 number/year, 1 to 5 number/year), and controlling beehives in summer (CFB; mean: 20 number/summer, 3 to 30 number/summer), respectively.
Nancy was hired as the WPA in the mid-1980s, an administrative role she remained in for nearly 30 years.
The WPA upper operates on the standard Stoner principal and features a traditional carbine-length gas system.
He urged the Punjab government to take religious scholars into confidence on the WPA.
The Women Protection Act (WPA) aimed to protect oppressed women.
WPA frequently offers PhD scholarships for highly qualified and motivated MSc graduates who are interested to start a scientific career on water related research topics.
Much of the art is still there and has as much meaning now as it did during the Great Depression, says Maglaras, whose documentary ''Enough to Live On: The Arts of the WPA'' will be released May 15.
The WPA was represented by players from Penarth, Monkstone, The Golden Mile, Pontyclun and Caerleon RFC Petanque Clubs.
The Work Projects Administration (WPA) was the largest and most ambitious American New Deal agency, employing millions of unemployed people (mostly unskilled men) to carry out public works projects, including the construction of public buildings and roads.