circular segment

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circular segment

[′sər·kyə·lər ′seg·mənt]
(mathematics)
Portion of circle cut off from the main body of the circle by a straight line (chord) through the circle.
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But in my view, for a long time now there has been too much use of the circle segment and the straight line in the contours of modern design.
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