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  • n. Plural form of vertex.


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  • If you use that tool to graph "wattsupwiththat", you get Watts site at the center of a triangle with "Ghana", "Sudan" and "Eighteen hundred years and froze to death" at the vertexes.

    Rabett Run

  • My reason for being thus persuaded is, that as the forward and aft halves of the float are cone-shaped -- the center being the base, and the front and rear ends being the vertexes -- there must be an increased velocity of the atmosphere from front to aft as the aeroport advances.

    Scientific American, Volume 22, No. 1, January 1, 1870 A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures.

  • The question, Who is to float atop no-whither upon the popular vertexes, and act that sorry character, "carcass of the drowned ass upon the mud-deluge"? is by no means an important one for almost anybody, -- hardly even for the drowned ass himself.

    Latter-Day Pamphlets

  • Give your Governor due power; and let him know withal that he is wedded to his enterprise, and having once well learned it, shall continue with it; that it is not a Canadian Lumber-log you want there, to tumble upon the vertexes and sign its name by a Birmingham shoulder-crank, but

    Latter-Day Pamphlets

  • It's capable to work with graphs up to several thousands vertexes in real time.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Select 2 or more nodes You get a drop down that lets you align the vertexes

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  • Right now, I am probably rendering many vertexes inside each screen pixel.

    Planet Lisp

  • I have used a 4stand range, because the well FVcked up the vertexes of the map or some $h1t.

    GotFrag eSports Stories

  • At least initially, WolframAlpha probably will appeal most to technical specialists - people who make calculations based on how many vertexes are on a great rhombic triacontahedron

    The Seattle Times

  • Our genetic map shows slightly different tendency from previously published ones in that the scatter plot takes the form of a triangle, with the Finnish, Baltic and Italian samples as its vertexes, and with Central Europe residing in its centre.

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