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- adj. Dated form of isometric.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as isometric.
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- adj. having equal dimensions or measurements
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In the experimental arrangements with which we are now dealing (isometrical work) the development of heat during the actual twitch also includes the amount of energy which under other circumstances appears as external work.
Drawing, plain and isometrical, were taught throughout the course, and also the theories of the construction and adjustment of instruments, together with their use in the field.
Not being, like Payne, a poet and a lord of language; and, as he admits, in his notes, not being an initiate in the methods of Arabic Prosody, Burton shirked the isometrical rendering of the verse.
Mechanical, topographical, and architectural drawing, both plane and isometrical, were taught throughout the course.
Principles of linear perspective; isometrical perspective, and dialling.
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