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[ə′jās·ənt ′sīd]
(mathematics)
For a given vertex of a polygon, one of the sides of the polygon that terminates at the vertex.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Anson has mentioned the tendon is inserted into the ulnar side of the base of the digit to which tendon is attached or the tendon may divide and go to adjacent sides of fingers.
It is connected to the adjacent side of the angle [alpha] at a distance of [y.sub.1] from the lower edge of the Spidron fractal slot.
One bus stop in the Jumeirah area is surrounded by a marked parking lane, which continues around all the adjacent side roads.
The trick is to coat one side of each corner and let it dry overnight before troweling joint compound on each adjacent side. Start by spreading about a 3-in.
Accident statistics reveal there have been 33 injuries in five years - 28 slight, four serious and one fatal, with the main problem area outside St Peter's College of Maths and Computing and the adjacent side roads.
Also, if you know the size of the angle and the length of the hypotenuse, you can calculate the length of the adjacent side. Use our helpful formula sheet to see the variations of each rule, available at www.cnc-training.com.
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.
Since WARDEN contains the letters in DRAWN, the two words would be "associated." 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.
But you can have two "side to side." You can go to an adjacent side or to an opposite side.

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