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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The cracks appear to radiate from a circular point about the size of a pound coin.
The circular pointed out that the situation was contained, culprit was arrested the injured citizen was hospitalize, while the body of the deceased female citizen was taken to the morgue.
So that nothing would be wasted, the circular pointed to the importance of adopting policies that will help in conserving resources and protecting the environment.
If the intersection of two parallel circles is first computed to determine the circular points, then the intrinsic parameters can be determined.
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.sub.i] and we will do so in number of waves [c.sub.j](1 [less than or equal to] j [less than or equal to] m, m = maximum number of wave circle).
The terrorists could target Mian Nawaz Sharif, Mian Shahbaz Sharif and Fakhar Imam, circular pointed out.
"The only party allowed to hold the passport is the judicial authority, or in cases specified by law," the circular pointed out.
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.
The circular pointed out that "in issuing a search warrant, the judge must strictly comply with the requirements of the Constitution and the statutory provisions."
The circular pointed out that this was in application of article 1/42 of the criminal law for the year 1991 and article 212 of the criminal procedure law for the year 1991, and for achieving the objective of the legislator in preventing and shrinking and staffing off any aggression or any irresponsibility with regard to tampering with human soul, and in preservation of one of the five necessities stipulated by the loft faith.