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Thus the radii of such a circle unite in a single centre by extremities similar to the distal and originating (extremities).
That will put us about five radii, or half a million light years from the Galaxy.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
Those of the hedgehog contain a kind of real marrow, which is whitish, and formed of radii meeting in a centre.
The mullions, or radii, are all faced with small pillars and capitals, and lined with the dog-toothed quatrefoil.
Two globes in contact will have a distance between their centres which is equal to the sum of their radii.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
We thus see that the moment of momentum increases in the proportion of the squares of the radii.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
This mineral has not been traced in sit, being found in detached masses of rock, and sometimes as water-worn portions of radii.
Let ri, ro be the radii of the inlet and outlet surfaces of the pump disk, di, do the clear axial width at those radii.
Professor James Thomson first pointed out the advantage of a much greater difference of radii.
Reverse all this, and fall back on the centre of the Spirit, instead of pressing out in all radii of your own.

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