Octagonal


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Octagonal

Refers to plane geometric figures containing eight equal sides and eight equal angles.
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A vibrant church today, it is the oldest Methodist octagonal chapel in the world with an unbroken tradition of worship.
"This first-ever, octagonal design breaks with the typical New York City street wall," said Evan Stein, president of J.D.
On the ground floor, the octagonal drawing and sitting rooms have a traditional feel and beautiful sash windows with country views.
It was typical of the style of octagonal hall that was used here at Spirit Lake.
Octagonal defects forming linear grain boundaries in graphene and in carbon nanotubes have recently been the focus of attention.
This section presents the geometry and characterizations of an octagonal ring element in an infinite array environment.
The octagonal shaped flap on top unfolds seamlessly without getting caught and tearing.
It consists of three elements, the first of which is a small circular linen canvas, bounded in dark brown and featuring octagonal forms rendered in dull yellow and brown, attached to a dress made from synthetic fabric printed with a brown-and-yellow geometric floral pattern.
This Cortez Octagonal 10ft Trampoline with Enclosure has already been reduced to pounds 169.95 from pounds 219.95.
"The octagonal carpet is adorned with floral patterns and black arabesque," Director of Iran's Carpet Museum Parviz Eskandarpour Khorrami said on Wednesday.