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helical

[′hel·ə·kəl]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to a cylindrical spiral, for example, a screw thread.
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Anju Suneja, partner in Dentons' Real Estate team in London who led on the deal, said, "We were delighted to advise Helical on this significant sale which will allow them to focus on office-led activity in two key UK cities.
Helical is engaged in the investment, development, and trading of properties.
It compares both of the flows performances in the design of the concentric tube in the form of a helical coil.
An incision was made at the junction of the helical curl and the scaphoid fossa, and it extended from the helical root to the edge of the defect (anterior flap), as well as from the opposing end of the defect past the cauda helicis and into the earlobe (posterior flap).
Although the first part of our testing did show that helical vanes produced the tightest groups, we decided it would be best to compare the performance of individual vane models using the same configuration as most bowhunters.
More information on the use of helical piles on a home's foundation can be found here: http://julianconstruction.
THE MODEL OF THE HELICAL STRUCTURE WITH INTERNAL ANISOTROPIC SHIELDS
According to a study 9 Percent -29 Percent of patients presenting with flank pain may have non-colic diagnosis at unenhanced helical CT.
Based on the design method of directing antenna, a cylinder axial-mode helical antenna with parasitic element is proposed in this paper.
One of the most critical is the development of the technology for winding a large-scale continuous helical coil.
Helical piles; a practical guide to design and installation.
Operation Helical Two - part of the Christmas seasonal campaign to stamp out drink-driving - has so far stopped more than 1,500 vehicles and carried out more than 1,000 breath tests.