Circulary

Cir´cu`la`ry


a.1.Circular; illogical.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Green, "A near-isotropic circulary polarized antenna for space vehicles", IEEE Trans.
Indicadores que identifican los tres modelos a traves de ocho dimensiones Modelos comunicativos Unidireccional Bidireccional No Emisores Un emisor Dos emisores Sentido Transmisor, informativo Relacionai Uso Lineal, rigido Circulary flexible Tipo Sancionador Dialogico Participacion Pasivos Activos Funcion Reproductor Solucion de problemas Estilos Evitacion, acomodacion Asertivo Recursos Cartas, e-mail Telefono Modelos comunicativos Multidireccional No Emisores Varios emisores Sentido Inter accion Uso Reticular Tipo Transformador Participacion Criticos Funcion Coproductor de ideas Estilos Colaboracion Recursos Internet Fuente: elaboracion propia.
The order of matrices in trace operator can be circulary changed (tr [ABC] = tr [BCA]).
In this case the electromagnetic wave (helicon) propagating in semiconductor is a circulary polarized plane wave of the form expi(-kz + [omega]t) with the components only x and y.
is a cyclotron frequency of the electron, and I and E are the amplitudes of circulary polarized wave, [omega]--RF frequency electrical field.
In this moment they have a circulary movement with frequency a of the vibrating grinding tube.
Geilles fields," "Crabtree fields", and in fact offers its own "circulary line", wherein "it grieved [him] to see so many rich grounds of grasse utterly spoyled with the erection of these works, insomuch that horse and cattell certanely will come short of their food there for seven years and the owners thereof must fall pittyfully short of their yearly profits, for where trouble is, then cometh misery" (William Lithgow, The present Survegh of London and England's State.
give (impart) it transportational and rotational movements at the same time and to transport bodies in the necessary direction and trajectory on a circulary moving platform.
Geilles fields," "Crabtree fields", and in fact offers its own "circulary line", wherein 'it grieved [him] to see so many rich grounds of grasse utterly spoyled with the erection of these works, insomuch that horse and cattell certanely will come short of their food there for seven years and the owners thereof must fall pittyfully short of their yearly profits, for where trouble is, then cometh misery" (William Lithgow, The present Survegh of London and England's State.