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- adv. In a symmetrical manner; so as to show symmetry
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a symmetrical manner; with symmetry.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a symmetrical manner
The fact that our world does not behave perfectly symmetrically is due to deviations from symmetry at the microscopic level.
The fact that our world does not behave perfectly symmetrically is due to deviations at the microscopic level.
Now it is one of my oddities that ever since I was a small boy I have arranged my loose coins symmetrically, with the smallest uppermost.
Did Browne plan the day of his death as "symmetrically" as do Sebald's other characters?
This “plain English” explanation of the meaning of the Einstein equations is just the sort of thing I’d been hoping to find, and at first glance seems to involve the roles of energy density and pressure fairly symmetrically which is very encouraging.
And would they have collapsed symmetrically, at near free fall speed all the way down.
These are written in small seal script and are placed symmetrically to the right and left of the central hole.
The cages of companies such as eBay and Yahoo held symmetrically balanced racks of pizza box–style servers, with all the cables tidily secured and labeled.
The fridge, cupboards and stove are placed symmetrically.
When Beata and Brad Peters built their 3,900-square-foot brick home in Hawthorn Woods, Ill., they incorporated large panels of glass symmetrically throughout.
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