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adjacent side

[ə′jās·ənt ′sīd]
(mathematics)
For a given vertex of a polygon, one of the sides of the polygon that terminates at the vertex.
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THIRD LUMBRICAL: In the present study third lumbrical takes origin from adjacent sides of the tendon of flexor digitorum profundus to the middle and ring fingers in all the 40 specimens.
Using the dimensions from the print, we can deter mine the length of the adjacent side and the length of the opposite side.
If those spaces are all taken, you can usually find a spot by roaming the adjacent side streets.
Bromsgrove Street, Lower Hurst Street and adjacent side roads will be closed for the duration of the event.
DRAWN would be entered (in the direction of the arrows) in a pentagon, surrounding the extra letter E, in such a way that the D, the R, the A, the W, and the N would each be duplicated in another word on the adjacent side of an edge.
Freelance sound technician Ted Giebel was on the adjacent side of the building to the north.
You can go to an adjacent side or to an opposite side.
There was no Connection to the adjacent side yard, and the room lacked visual drama.
Cars: Parking facilities exist in the adjacent side streets in Robertson Avenue and also the Westfield area.
The Long Branch Mainstreet Pilot Project involves a section of Lakeshore Boulevard and adjacent side streets.
Park in the lay-by opposite or any adjacent side road but avoiding grass verges.
At this point, the crew moved the receiver to the grass median on the adjacent side of the first set of lanes, at which time the drill operator steered toward the receiver.