Pentagonal


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Pentagonal

A plane figure with five equal sides and five equal angles, commonly found in nature.
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Radials five, pentagonal in all rays, slightly wider than high; six dominant ridges, one below radial facet and one each to adjoining radials and basals; radial circlet approximately 45% of aboral cup height.
Pentagonal's win in the Queen Mother's Cup earned rider Sally Eddery her weight in champagne and she put her son Charles on the scales as well to help out.
Lutzomyia youngi, and Lutzomyia columbiana had pentagonal or hexagonal patterns; Lutzomyia evansi elongated polygons and Lutzomyia longiflocosa irregular polygonal sculpturing, frequently rectangular.
BAGHDAD / NINA / A member of the pentagonal Committee, formed by the political blocs, The MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance, Muhsin al-Sdoun declared that the Committee started its work this morning to meet with a number of political figures and tribal and representatives of the demonstrators.
PENTA IQ GRIP: For deep, accurate grooving and parting applications, these are small pentagonal inserts with five cutting edges.
Fourteen-year-old Tom Raines, who excels at VR games, is on the road with his alcoholic, gambling-addicted father when he is recruited to join the Combatants in the Pentagonal Spire.
Gerard Caris succeeds in combining his basic visual elements: regular pentagons (two-dimensional) and pentagonal dodecahedrons (three-dimensional) into complex structures with apparent ease, but that ease is illusory.
Following directly on from the triangular and square numbers are the pentagonal numbers P(n), and these will now be developed geometrically.
The meeting also dealt with the latest developments in the region, issues of mutual interest and the outcomes of the pentagonal committee that concluded on Monday in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
The nine resigning members have yet to be confirmed but the ministry is believed to be starting up a pentagonal committee in the absence of an Olympic committee before the FIBA World Championships
Each floor consists of an irregular pentagonal shape rotating around the vertical core, which is supported by an exterior steel framework.
Among the church's more unusual features is a stained glass pentagonal window - a shape more usually associated with the occult - that was saved from destruction during the Reformation after locals bricked it over.