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angular

1. having an angle or angles
2. measured by an angle or by the rate at which an angle changes

Angular

Areas formed by two lines diverging from a common point, two planes diverging from a common line, and the space between such lines or surfaces, whether on the exterior or interior of a structure.

angular

[′aŋ·gyə·lər]
(science and technology)
Having sharp corners.
Having or forming angles.
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Thorax: anterior lobe of pronotum much narrower than posterior lobe, anterolateral angles obliquely truncate, lateral notch angularly deep; sublateral areas of disc of fore lobe each with a rugose longitudinal ridge which runs posteriorly to middle of hind lobe.
At the rooftop level, the daylight is harvested from specific regions of a sky vault using angularly selective collection techniques.
The massive weight of the dome rests on eight sturdy, angularly shaped, and centrally recessed pillars.
He swept the ball angularly past Basit from right flank in the 6th minute of second session and added another in the 25th minute with low drive on left corner.
Back fronting his band after moonlighting as Julian Plenti in an intriguing solo project, singer Paul Banks played his guitar angularly as his voice switched between the fragile and the imposing.
Mutual positions of fixation stones established a regular shape with the main stone situated in its center, and were located angularly and longitudinally.
The bangles were large and slightly chunky, angularly faceted for a futuristic effect offset by delicate piercing and engraving.
An ESP system has two inlets, which are equally spaced angularly and radially from the centre point, then this is modeled as a 90o slice of a ESP system by using symmetric boundary conditions.
Generally it belongs to Parasphena species characterized by a comparatively broad fastigium (Figs 1A, 2A, G, M), a male pronotum with clearly marked (also in color) median and lateral carinae (Figs 1B, 2B, H, N), and in males an angularly excised terminal abdominal tergite, which is medially slightly uplifted and notched, and stout cerci which are shorter than the supra-anal plate (Figs 1C, 2D, J, P).
Each element contains radially and angularly varying temperature nodes.
These angularly written songs appear easy to perform on the written page, but require excellent acting to interpret them successfully.