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This improved process of casting may also be employed for objects which do not possess an exactly annular section.
The steam-cylinders of this engine were placed one within the other, the low-pressure exterior cylinder being annular.
For about five minutes the eclipse was annular—only a little rim of light gleamed forth.
MARY AND ISTEPHEN RETURN RIGGS
The broken lines represent similar data for the annular eclipses.
A TEXT-BOOK OF ASTRONOMYGEORGE C. COMSTOCK
The ring is, perhaps, a type of the annular money, then current among the Britons.
Such an eclipse is called annular, as shown in fig. 3; when this happens, there can be no total eclipse anywhere.
The pressure water acts continuously on the annular area in front of the piston.
The vanes are limited by slightly-coned annular cover plates.
It consists of a wheel or fan with curved vanes enclosed in an annular chamber.
The annular constrictions occur at short intervals, giving it the appearance of being jointed.
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