Definitions

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  • n. A figure consisting of many lines.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A figure consisting of many lines.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A figure consisting of many lines.
  • n. In geometry, a system of n coplanar straights (sides), with all the flat-pencils (fans) they determine.

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Examples

  • Okay ... let's demand it straight. let's demand that Sandy Berger take a public polygram and then be sentenced to life in prison.

    Widowed Husband Of Former Disney Records Exec Killed On 9/11 Writes To Disney's Iger: I "Urge You Not To Air This Film"

  • KOLKATA, June 21: The Central Bureau of Investigation CBI today detained a youth in connection with the murder of Tapasi Malik in Singur about six months back and took him to Delhi for a polygram test, commonly known as lie detector test.

    CPM member arrested for his role in Tapasi Maliks murder

  • Be that as it may, it became the form universal for signets, and bore the monogram or polygram of kings unnumbered and of chiefs unknown, so that the fictle Scarab├Žus doubtless carries to-day more strange messages for us than did the great original to his first observers.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866

  • The intravenous polygram (IVP) is also invasive and involves dyeing the urinary tract and taking an x-ray to see how well the kidneys drain urine.

    eHow - Health How To's

  • Note: The music bed between sets is the william orbit remix of pierre henry's "psyche rock" taken from the 1997 album metamorphose -- messe pour le temps present featuring the music of pierre henry and michel colombier (FFRR / polygram 4562942).

    WFMU's recent playlists

  • Note: The music bed between sets is the william orbit remix of pierre henry's "psyche rock" taken from the 1997 album metamorphose -- messe pour le temps present featuring the music of pierre henry and michel colombier (FFRR/polygram 4562942).

    WFMU's recent playlists

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