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equilateral

1. having all sides of equal length
2. a geometric figure having all its sides of equal length
3. a side that is equal in length to other sides
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| Paul Mulrennan riding Mabs Cross (red) win The Zoustar Palace House Stakes from Equilateral during the QIPCO Guineas Festival at Newmarket Racecourse yesterday
Domenico Ciano, technical director, Raimondi Cranes, explains that the equilateral triangular jib design is a result of the company's aim to achieve structural optimisation in heavy lifting machinery and how its envisions its luffing cranes meeting the emerging needs of its customers.
The accompanying sketch shows some of the underlying geometry: the figures are held within a circle; the Son and chalice hold the central axis but re-connect to the other persons by a horizontal diameter; equilateral triangles help draw our eyes to the hand in blessing.
On the middle third of each side, the students will need to construct another equilateral triangle, as can be seen in Figure 11(a).
This paper addresses the Mode-Matching method applied to the equilateral triangular geometry, giving a flexible mathematical formulation based on well-known plane waves.
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* When used to cover a casket, the equilateral triangle with the sun and stars is at the head, the blue field to the right, and the red field to the left of the deceased.
Therefore, the primary purpose of this paper is to study the packing problem of unit equilateral triangles according to the characteristic of the unit equilateral triangles and in the base of analysis of the general triangles packing problems.
Lupyan said that even though people can articulate the rules, they can't help but be influenced by perceptual details, asserting thinking of triangles tends to involve thinking of typical, equilateral sorts of triangles.
"The famous equilateral triangle in the sky, known as the Winter Triangle, rises after sunset," Pagasa said.
By applying a voltage pulse, the equilateral triangle-shaped Sc3N could be rotated predictably among six logic states.