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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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You'll find a huge array of brands such as startrite, Ricosta, Noel, Petasil and Angulus, with prices starting at pounds 36.
Drilling Rate Predator Prey (mm/h) Lunatia nitida Angulus fibula 0.025 Neverita Mya, Polinices, 0.026 duplicatus * Mercenaria N.
Commercial MTA materials such as ProRoot MTA (Tulsa Dental Products, Tulsa, OK, USA) or MTA Angulus (Industria de Produtos Odontologicos Ltda, Londrina, Brazil) are a mixture of Portland cement (PC), gypsum and bismuth oxide (BO).
Lavezzo's title picks up on the famous puns associated with Pope Gregory the Great, "apostle of the English, " which identify the English (Angli) as angels (angeli) who inhabit a corner or angle (angulus) of the world, thereby highlighting the perception of them as both special and remote, a perception that Lavezzo demonstrates to have guided English thinking about national identity and geography throughout the period under consideration.
(14) In addition, biopsies taken from the gastric angulus maximise the probability of detecting H.
(Boccaccio, for one, held to the traditional Roman view that England was remotissimus orbis angulus, the farthest corner of the world).
All the Angles with their families came here, completely deserting their land, Angulus, which was in the lower part of what became Denmark.
* Angulus mandibulae: Visual and palpable assessment of the surface of the lower jaw angles: smooth (1), very slight ridges (2), small ridges (3), prominent ridges (4), and very prominent ridges (5).