Definitions

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  • adjective having five sides

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Examples

  • We can see and imagine the difference between a five-sided figure (a pentagon) and a six-sided figure (a hexagon), and we can also intellectually understand that difference.

    Ignatius Press

  • We can see and imagine the difference between a five-sided figure (a pentagon) and a six-sided figure (a hexagon), and we can also intellectually understand that difference.

    Saints

  • We can see and imagine the difference between a five-sided figure (a pentagon) and a six-sided figure (a hexagon), and we can also intellectually understand that difference.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • We can see and imagine the difference between a five-sided figure (a pentagon) and a six-sided figure (a hexagon), and we can also intellectually understand that difference.

    Theology

  • We can see and imagine the difference between a five-sided figure (a pentagon) and a six-sided figure (a hexagon), and we can also intellectually understand that difference.

    Books

  • We can see and imagine the difference between a five-sided figure (a pentagon) and a six-sided figure (a hexagon), and we can also intellectually understand that difference.

    The 12 most important things to know about angels

  • The case centered on a five-sided container invented by K-Tec's chief executive Tom Dickson he of Will It Blend?

    A pricey blender container gets even more so for Vita-Mix

  • Blendtec had filed the patent-infringement suit against Vita-Mix, alleging that Vita-Mix's XP Container was too similar to K-Tec's patented, five-sided Blendtec jar (both shown).

    In patent-infringement suit over blender containers, Blendtec wins $11 million award from Vita-Mix

  • It has been run from General Petraeus’ s headquarters in Kabul, the giant five-sided military headquarters on the Potomac presided over by Secretary of Defense Gates, and various think-tanks filled with America’ s militarized intelligentsia scattered around Washington -- and it has proven a classically successful & ldquo; clear, hold, build” counterinsurgency operation.

    Tom Engelhardt: How to Schedule a War: The Incredible Shrinking Withdrawal Date

  • "The Statesman" depicts a man with a five-sided face, a cap tilted to the side, arms squared and raised.

    For $12.50, she took home one of Roy Lichtenstein's early gems

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