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- adv. In a radial manner, outward from a center.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a radial manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a radial or radiating manner; in the manner of radii or rays: as, lines diverging radially.
- In entomology, toward or over the radius (a vein of the wing): as, a color-band radially dilated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a radial manner
Each floor level is expressed as a discrete rectangular volume clad in a different material and spun radially from a 40 foot tall, 18 inch thick solid concrete shear wall.
I had an image in my head, something floral and radially symmetrical.
Their larvae are free-swimming and NOT radially symmetrical.
When the group turned from Via Chula onto Via Colius, a straight avenue that traversed the city radially, the facility came immediately into view.
He's got stuff you can't get anywhere else and is constantly adding new items, like axially - and diametrically-magnetized NIB wedding rings and radially-magnetized ring magnets.
British custom furniture maker David Fletcher makes capstan tables — tables that expand and contract radially.
They display non-radially pulsations that change in their intrinsic brightness in periods from 30 seconds to 25 min and amplitudes from 0.001V to 0.2V magnitude.
If the Jovian planet is too close to the star it rattles the orbit of any 1AU radially distant planet too much for the planet to remain their in a stable configuration.
At this point it requires some rheology of materials, but if the planet were rotating the bulge would remain pointing radially towards the star and the rotation would force the material to deform as it rotates.
The Ultimate Human storyline had his head swell radially, propped up by a brace, and kept a beige skin color.