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tet·ra·he·dral

 (tĕt′rə-hē′drəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a tetrahedron.
2. Having four faces.

tet′ra·he′dral·ly adv.

tet•ra•he•dral

(ˌtɛ trəˈhi drəl)

adj.
1. pertaining to or having the form of a tetrahedron.
2. having four lateral planes in addition to the top and bottom.
[1785–95]
tet`ra•he′dral•ly, adv.
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We shall not try to give the reader an idea of that tetrahedral nose, that horseshoe mouth; that little left eye obstructed with a red, bushy, bristling eyebrow, while the right eye disappeared entirely beneath an enormous wart; of those teeth in disarray, broken here and there, like the embattled parapet of a fortress; of that callous lip, upon which one of these teeth encroached, like the tusk of an elephant; of that forked chin; and above all, of the expression spread over the whole; of that mixture of malice, amazement, and sadness.
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Support for shell element (2D) and tetrahedral and hexahedral meshing (3D) is now completed with support of discrete mass and rotary inertia (0D), as well as beam elements (1D).
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