cylchol, gylchol, chylchol, nghylchol
Adjective(1) conforming to the Carnot cycle(2) forming a whorl or having parts arranged in a whorl(3) of a compound having atoms arranged in a ring structure(4) recurring in cycles(5) marked by repeated cycles
(1) When applying predictive techniques to the horoscope the astrologer first looks at the major cyclic energies at work.(2) Equilibrium concepts first came into wide use in geomorphology as an alternative to the cyclic theories of landscape evolution of William Morris Davis.(3) By sharing two oxygen atoms, silicates can form either cyclic or chain structures.(4) His own composition classes were solidly based on a historical foundation of Gregorian chant, Palestrinian and Bachian polyphony, Beethoven's symphonic language, and Franck's technique of cyclic themes.(5) He theorized that the structure of these compounds were long, chainlike molecules and not aggregates or cyclic compounds as previously thought.(6) His works include a cyclic setting of Shevchenko's poetry; operas, including Taras Bulba; art songs and choral works; cantatas; piano pieces; and chamber music.(7) Before beginning any pharmacologic treatment, the pattern, intensity, and cyclic nature of the patient's migraine must be clarified.(8) This information is independent both of the orientation chosen for the plane and of the orientation for the polygon specified by the cyclic order of its vertices.(9) He understood that this was an extremely slow cyclic process and that the Earth therefore had to be extremely ancient.(10) Their search for the perfect beat has resulted in a series of sound experiments packed with cyclic grooves and hypnotic rhythms.(11) Since Tucker hexagons are cyclic , so are the hexagons of the six circumcenters at hand.(12) Interaction is a cyclic process in which two actors alternately listen, think and speak.(13) The cyclic nature of history demands a renaissance after every Dark Age.(14) These cyclic epics were obviously later than the Homeric poems, and from a time when oral composition had ceased and public performance was by rhapsodes, not traditional bards.(15) However, Brahmagupta in 628 presented formulae for solving a dozen problems involving cyclic quadrilaterals that were not solved in the West before the Renaissance.(16) In the general case, the hexagon is no longer cyclic , but the triangles are still equal and centrally symmetric.
(1) cyclic redundancy check :: gwiriad diswyddo cylchol
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