Acute angle


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acute angle

[ə′kyüt ′aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
An angle of less than 90°.

Acute angle

An angle of less than 90 degrees.

acute angle

An angle of less than 90°.
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'Is it mild, moderate or severe?' If I am told that the pain is like 'hell on earth' then I know it is a very serious condition and may be due to Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma.
Bilateral acute angle closure caused by supraciliary effusions associated with venlafaxine intake.
Once connected to the Internet, the Acute Angle PC can be connected to the cloud through Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) architecture and its computing power shared with other Acute Angle machines.
The store is currently offering blockchain application hardware products under the Acute Angle brand, blockchain peripherals under the 31BLOCKCHAIN brand and related consumer electronic products that meet the brand concepts.
Images show the Boeing 737-800 on its belly and at an acute angle just above the water.
The Tribesmen, though, eventually rattled the Bray net in the 61st minute when winger Kevin Devaney scored from an acute angle.
Lee Fowler got the breakthrough, firing home from an acute angle. Connor Jennings doubled the visitors' lead from the spot.
After 14 minutes Gavin Cogdon latched on to a rebound and, from an acute angle, squeezed the ball between goalkeeper John Bateman and the post.
Keywords: Acute angle closure glaucoma Intraocular pressure Intensive care unit Visual loss.
Key statement: A pneumatic tire comprises grooves 1 to 3 formed in a tread and land portions 4 each having an acute angle portion 5 formed by the grooves 2 and 3.
Coventry thought they had won it when Kyle Jaunes headed in from an acute angle but the linesman ruled that Ephraim Pepe's cross hadgone out of play.
The goalkeeper's intended throw out hit his own defender Angel Rangel and rebounded to Andrey Arshavin who scored from an acute angle.

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