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 Scarabæus 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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