Semicircular


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Semicircular

Describing a form that exhibits an arrangement of objects in the shape of a half-circle, as divided by its diameter.
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There's more than one technique to move the particles in your semicircular canals back into a position where they will no longer cause vertigo.
Repeated Dix-Hallpike tests were positive for left sided posterior semicircular canal BPPV despite multiple particle repositioning procedures over a period of three years.
A semicircular bone fragment lies anterior to the distal humerus.
The Doc's oversize profile and semicircular shape help move weight back and to the perimeter, keeping the aluminum head stable throughout the stroke and minimizing post-impact skidding.
The kitchen oozes charm and is dominated by an upper semicircular lattice window and a full-height wooden storage unit with display areas and fitted shelves which complements the range of wood units and the fitted plate rack.
Semicircular metal hoops anchored to the ground form the framework for a protective enclosure for spectators, who sit on tiers made of concrete slabs.
The cumbersome set--a semicircular gallery underneath a spiraling section of roller coaster--sometimes obscures the performers.
A layer of adhesive is applied on the webs around the leg openings and laying down elastic strips on the adhesive in a semicircular pattern around the leg opening locations on both of the first and second traveling webs and through the crotch area.
The new Shape of the Future group includes semicircular and oval-striped canvases that can be customized.
There is a lounge with fireplace and semicircular bay window.
Her favorites are the smallest semicircular ones, because they fit best in her mouth.
The trick is in the selection of paint color and fabric to complement the shape and character of the semicircular space.