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an·nu·lar

 (ăn′yə-lər)
adj.
Shaped like or forming a ring.

[Latin ānulāris, from ānulus, ring; see annulus.]

an′nu·lar′i·ty (-lăr′ĭ-tē) n.
an′nu·lar·ly adv.
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Based in the small town of Facundo, the party of four split up to cover the centerline (James and Juan Carlos), the north edge (Mark), and the south edge (Andreas) of the path of annularity.
We can report good success in observing 4 minutes and 20 seconds of full annularity at the eclipse today," he (http://news.
8) Observers could barely distinguish an annular eclipse from the similar effects of a partial unless some peripheral conditions made it possible for them to witness the annularity.
The correspondence with growth line count chronologies strongly supports and verifies growth line annularity in geoduck clams.
He noted that oxygen (Offl) and UHC (ultra-high contrast) filters gave similar contrast enhancements, but that the UHC was better at showing the annularity, which was subtle.
Devgun said that the path of annularity in India would pass over the states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Mizoram, while the partial phase of eclipse would be visible all over the country.
A spokesman said: "The path of annularity begins in northern Portugal just before 10am and continues on through central Spain.
The path of annularity starts in the Atlantic Ocean, runs through Spain, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, and Kenya, and ends in the Indian Ocean.
Caiden, 1982;1983;1991) Aaron Wildavsky explained that the budgetary norms of balance, annularity, and comprehensiveness have been shattered beyond recognition and that the assumptions behind these norms, e.
The annularity of the assumed age mark was demonstrated for each age class by plotting monthly mean measurements for all ages pooled into three inclusive groups.
So it does, but Pettigrew and Collins edited a total of seventy-four uncollected, fugitive, and previously unpublished poems and fragments; when one adds these to Bright's reckoning, one arrives (with the aid of a pocket calculator) at the less impressive annularity quotient of twenty-two per cent.