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  • n. Plural form of perpendicular.


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  • The second is the circumcenter, which is the intersection of the perpendiculars drawn from the halfway points of the sides.


  • In the discussion of motions the base line (longitudo) is the time, while the perpendiculars raised on the base line

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  • Posted in Uncategorized on April 16, 2006 | 1 Comment » well i was about to have a saturday evening at home, resembling the friday night i had at home but now i am showered, towel on head, and outfit thoughts skittering across the mind. i have to teach at 10am. here are the parallels of my life becoming the perpendiculars. went to 3 grocery stores.

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  • But (as demonstrated in Freakonomics) you can find parallels and not-parallels (perpendiculars?) to anything if you look hard enough and have a desired answer in mind. posted by KaneCitizen at 3: 18 PM

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  • Scythia665 would be four thousand furlongs in length, and the perpendiculars which tend inland would be the same number of furlongs.

    The History of Herodotus

  • The down was arranged in tufts following the perpendiculars of the body from shoulder to shin, or in a series of circles accurately spaced, or in intersecting spirals, while the heads of all performers and combatants were converted into white mops.

    Tropic Days

  • Their perpendiculars will fall on HI at the same point and will be equal.


  • Draw perpendiculars to AEB from the angles; GE from



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