hexagonal

[ hek-sag-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hexagonal

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One of them he found in a dark crevice had a hexagonal shape that puzzled him.

I will venture to assign a new reason for the hexagonal form.

The pagoda is hexagonal, and counts seven stories and twenty-eight windows.

It will be observed that all the forms have a hexagonal character.

The hexagonal one contained the rooms where Queen Mary was imprisoned.

Shell with smooth surface and regular circular pores, separated by hexagonal frames, twice as broad as the bars.

Pores of the spherical shell regular, hexagonal, three times as broad as the bars; three to four on the radius.

Innermost shell with regular, hexagonal meshes; its diameter is the same as the equal distance between each of the two shells.

Innermost shell with regular, hexagonal meshes; its diameter half as large as the equal distance between every two shells.

Its inner cavity three times as broad as the medullary shell, which exhibits regular, hexagonal meshes (fig. 9a).

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