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rectangle

a parallelogram having four right angles

Rectangle

A four-sided parallelogram with four right angles; may be nearly square or stretched out to be nearly a band.

rectangle

[′rek‚taŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
A plane quadrilateral having four interior right angles and opposite sides of equal length.
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5 Lay both rectangles on top of the square (right sides together), so that the outside edges match up (the two neat edges of the rectangles will overlap in the middle), and pin all the way around.
Problem:That is as simple as it gets when you are choosing a color from inside the rectangle.
In Figure 1, the rectangle ABCD is deconstructed to yield the rectangle AB'C'D' of same area and arbitrary side AB'.
080 15" X 21" Horizontal Rectangle, 2 Holes In Center, On 1" Center Qty 200 Piece
With WS facing, pick up and purl 5 sts along the side of the next triangle or rectangle of first tier row, turn and work rows as follows:
5 Fold in the bottom over the filling, then fold in the two long sides all the way up the rectangle.
Cut into eight rectangles, approximately 12cm x 7cm.
Spread a thin layer of pesto all over the base of the inner rectangle and top with shaved Parmigiano Reggiano and small spoonfuls of mascarpone cheese.
we consider a rectangular borderline closed curve of any figure as four sides of a rectangle, and consider such a rectangular borderline closed curve plus the plane which it surrounds inwardly as a rectangle at any uncolored planar map hereinafter.
3) Carefully cut out the inside black rectangle from the top hat (leave the narrow, white frame edge).
The most dodgy letter is the v/r glyph; I decided to allow it because it turns out to be a fruitful one for forming invertible word rectangles, as will become apparent from the lists below.