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Synonyms for angle

Synonyms for angle

to try to obtain something, usually by subtleness and cunning


the particular angle from which something is considered

the position from which something is observed or considered

a clever, unexpected new trick or method

to swerve from a straight line

to cause to move, especially at an angle

to direct (material) to the interests of a particular group

Synonyms for angle

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In the total sample consisting of the patients with I, II and III class, the angle NS/OPT was in positive correlation with the angles SNA and ANB, and in negative correlation with the angle of SNB.
OBSERVATIONS: The neck-shaft angles of femora measured and recorded in 100 femurs.
Angles less than 90[degrees] are said to be acute; angles between 90[degrees] and 180[degrees] are obtuse; angles greater than 180[degrees] are reflex.
The Apple Smart Cover allows for tilt angles of 15 degree and 73 degree, and the Motorola Portfolio Case allows for tilt angles of 45 degree and 63 degree.
After phacoemulsification and foldable IOL implantation, UBM revealed that the iris diaphragm shifted backward deepening the anterior chamber by approximately 850 [micro]m and 810 [micro]m and widening its angle by approximately 12[degrees] and 15[degrees] in cases of open and close angles respectively.
10[degrees]) we vary [alpha], and calculate the distances b that give equal chances at goal from different angles.
He said narrow angle, bur I didn't ask if it was the acute kind or another form.
Regardless of shooting angle, you should always aim for the horizontal (level) distance to the target.
Three Visual Angles of Three Dimensional Orthogonal Axes and Their Visualization.
These angles, also named constructive angles, are considered on a certain point of the cutting edge (Belous & Cozminca, 1971).
Lateral cephalograms produce distorted image of the gonial angle and do not permit reliable measurement of the individual angle and is measured as an intermediate angle between right and left gonial angles.
In another study the results indicated that approximately 93% of the variation of the Wits appraisal could be explained by the variation of the ANB, Sella-Nasion line and SNA angles.
The more the player prints the ball at a higher angular speed, the more it has to print a lower initial speed, or to throw at higher angles (the input angles are even higher), both improving less chances of success.
David's approach to remembering facts about special angles illustrates the challenges some teachers face in supporting children's conceptual understanding of angle concepts.
Systems can be configured to cut opposing angles, the same angle on both ends or different angles on each end of a product.