Biangular

Bi`an´gu`lar


a.1.Having two angles or corners.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mandibular angle fractures are often isolated or associated with symphyseal or condylar fractures while biangular mandibular fractures (BMF) are instead a rarity [4-6].
Katreniak, "Biangular circle formation by asynchronous mobile robots," in Proceedings of the 12th International Colloquium on Structural Information and Communication Complexity (SIROCCO '05), pp.
boucheti, the only other species of Danilia recorded from the south-western Indian Ocean, is considerably smaller and has an almost biangular whorl profile.
This classic double row of biangular teeth on a sloping spine is the most effective saw on a knife ever designed.
Checking out the number names, I found that THREE is the first "biangular standstill": 28, 28 (TH=28, REE=28)--DM.
La perspectiva en los antropomorfos es frontal, mientras que en los zoomorfos la vision es biangular: lateral para el perfil o contorno y frontal para las cornamentas y extremidades.
Villaverde del uso de la perspectiva biangular recta en cuernos y patas a lo largo de la secuencia de Parpallo (Fig.
Sucede algo similar cuando Villaverde analiza los cambios temporales en el uso de la perspectiva biangular oblicua: se ordenan mejor los referidos a las extremidades que a las cornamentas, que muestran mas oscilaciones temporales.