circular point

circular point

[′sər·kyə·lər ′pȯint]
(mathematics)
A point on a surface at which the normal curvature is the same in all directions.
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The circular points to the steep increase in expenditure incurred by the school.
Instead of calculating every point, we will calculate circular points in radius of [r.
While the Draft Revised Circular points to the possibility of more major reforms within the next two to three years, the inadequacies of the existing system to deal with the problems of both growth areas and declining areas will have a seriously adverse effect on the creation of sustainable communities until such time as a more radical system is implemented.
At the same time the courts, the circular points out, would continue to be involved in determining whether a political purpose met the standard of a public benefit or accepted good, which in turn means taking sides in a political debate--the purview of an elected parliament.
In case of non-disclosure of such key information, the circular points out, the seller is bound by the law to compensate the buyer financially or repair the damage that exists during the sale.