from The Century Dictionary.
- Not forming an angle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not forming an angle.
- adjective (Physics) an imaginary line on the earth's surface passing through those places where the magnetic needle points to the true north; the line of no magnetic variation. There is one such line in the Western hemisphere, and another in the Eastern hemisphere.
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- adjective geometry Lacking an
- adjective cartography, navigation Having a magnetic deviation of zero.
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You'll remember that Caillois was of the opinion that most solitary games were agonic, played with the imagination of a community of similarly situated players.
Is it too obvious to remark that this clearly is not an accident of fate or an act of god, but an intentional in both the agonic and philosphical/phenomenological senses act?
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