noncircular

noncircular

(ˌnɒnˈsɜːkjʊlə)
adj
lacking a circular shapenot related to circular reasoning
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2004) Physiological responses during cycling with noncircular "harmonic" and circular chainrings.
Since a noncircular definition of the "differentia specifica" in unico verbo is impossible, Suarez gives "a causal definition".
IRREGULAR MOON Phoebe is the biggest of Saturn's irregular satellites, so called because of their noncircular and highly inclined orbits.
Intrinsic noncircular coronas exist, occasionally with a marked internal structure (Evans 1913; Corliss 1977; Parviainen et al.
If individuals attempt to instill into the brain a noncircular syntax, it can assimilate it, but the language routes are increasingly dissociated.
2007) Bezier and B-spline nonparametric curves are used for defining the relationship between the angular coordinates of N-lobe noncircular gears.
Atoms lacking a noncircular derivation are unfounded and exempt from answer sets (Van Gelder, Ross, and Schlipf 1991).
Dysmorphic osseous characteristics include colinearity of the upper portion of the sacrum and the iliac crests, noncircular anterior sacral foramina, residual upper sacral discs, etc.
Much has been written about these passages and the formula in which they culminate, and whether that formula presents a reasonable, noncircular, or even an intelligible definition of time.
Kamisli and Ryan [7] proposed a simple model based on a power-law viscosity function to analyze the gas-liquid dynamics of liquid displacement in circular tubes and noncircular channels.
Scharf, Statistical Signal Processing of Complex-Valued Data: The Theory of Improper and Noncircular Signals, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2010.