agonic

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agonic

(əˈɡɒnɪk; eɪˈɡɒnɪk)
adj
(Mathematics) forming no angle
[C19: from Greek agōnos, from a-1 + gōnia angle]
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The line of zero declination, called the agonic, is moving westward at around 12 miles (20km) per year, experts say.
The line of zero declination, called the agonic, is moving westward at a rate of around 12 miles (20km) per year, experts say.
Dr Ciaran Beggan, a geomagnetism scientist at the British Geological Survey's Lyell Centre in Edinburgh, said: "At some point in September, the agonic will meet zero longitude at Greenwich.
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Once a respectful (agonic) dialogue unfolds, once, that is, the sides in a relationship of power and domination begin to listen to each other, what will be said?
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Karl Orend argues in his notes to the manifesto that the attack on McAlmon was part of an ongoing grudge held because June rated McAlmon highly, but the manifesto can also be seen as a larger scale example of Miller's agonic relationship with his peers.
Although "the agonic event is far away, beyond society and time" (Biberi), Kubler-Ross legitimized the study of the stages of agony in the desire to improve and humanize the treatment of terminal patients.
Brain tissue was collected in the beginning of the agonic phase of the disease, being all samples collected ante-mortem.