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Fastigium in dorsal view projected forwards in a very obtuse angle; frontal margin of pronotum almost straight, slightly curved; sides of posterior margin in an almost right angle (Fig.
Optical data: Biaxial (+), [alpha] 1.667, [beta] 1.674, [gamma] 1.770, 2V(meas.) 30[degrees], 2V(calc.) 32[degrees]; dispersion not observed; pleochroism not observed; X < c, Y = b, Z ^ a = 28[degrees] in obtuse angle [beta].
"But if you slice the water at a more obtuse angle, it slices into the water gradually, reducing the impact."
If the perpendicular line is inclined towards B, it will form an acute angle on one side and an obtuse angle on the other.
"It becomes an obtuse angle, and it's bowed outward like a little dome," Dr.
"But I rang her later and said: 'Kylie, I know this is coming from a bit of an obtuse angle, but do you fancy a good sex session tonight?'"
The angle was an obtuse angle, and I remember thinking as I woke, that had he made it an acute or right angle I should have both suffered and `seen' still more and probably should have died.
The lamination occurs with a laminating roll at an obtuse angle to avoid air intake (figure 4).
A third, smaller part containing classrooms and a gymnasium meets the ancillary link at an obtuse angle. Spatial organization is apparently unremarkable, based on cellular rooms and wide central corridors which double as breakout and social areas.
One satisfied by a definition like this is hypnotized by a typical case, where two streets meet at an angle of more or less ninety degrees, and consequently ignores the case in which they meet at an extremely obtuse angle. Consider, for example, a case in which two streets meet at an angle of 175 degrees, as shown in Figure 1.
Moreover, the press standstill times are minimized because the acceleration (referred to the gripper) is lower with an obtuse angle between the two main elements than if the latter are in an extended position, while the effective velocity or distance component is greater.
Such issues can be tackled by biplanar technique of screw placement with the concept of placing the 3 screws in 2 planes and in an obtuse angle. This technique allows the efficient weight bearing by successfully transferring weight from the head of femur onto the diaphyseal shaft by providing two steady supporting points and the obtuse angle of placement of the screws, this takes into account the strength of screws, even in a osteoporotic patient's bone.