entire ring

entire ring

[en¦tīr ′riŋ]
(mathematics)
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During a few minutes there was a bright rainbow, and it was curious to observe the effect of the spray, which being carried along the surface of the water, changed the ordinary semicircle into a circle -- a band of prismatic colours being continued, from both feet of the common arch across the bay, close to the vessel's side: thus forming a distorted, but very nearly entire ring.
He also expressed his best wishes to the entire Ring of Pakistan team and wrestlers.
Contract award notice: Supply of renewable electric power to the different supply points that supply the entire ring of the m30 (spain-madrid: Electricity)
In the later rounds, Broner used the entire ring space as Pacquiao chased him down, digging to the body.
"Tingnan natin paano niya i-occupy ang apat na corner ng ring (We'll see how he plans to use the entire ring)," said Pacquiao, vowing to force Mayweather to work every second of the round.
A staggering 5,000 tonnes of salt grit was deployed across the eight routes around the city - to put that into perspective, it is the equivalent of laying two-and-a-half inches of grit deep around the entire Ring Road.
Xavier Woods nearly leaped across the entire ring to execute a tightrope elbow drop and give The New Day the SmackDown Tag Team Championships for the first time.
With close coordination of the Corps Headquarters, soon the entire Ring Road, Badaber and Karkhana area were totally secured.
As a result of hectic efforts enough leads were found and simultaneous operations were conducted at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi to net the entire ring.
Now this preliminary encounter is coming to an end: some of the hot spots are fading and merging, and the destruction of the entire ring by the oncoming blast is under way.
The entire Ring of Fire settles down or pipes up all at once