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  • Anglaise

    an old English country-dance. a dance form in quick duple time, occasionally constituting part of an 18th-century instrumental suite. Historical Examples La petite anglaise and Marie Hazard did as the others did: and here is the whole history. The Secret of Charlotte Bront Frederika Macdonald Strictly speaking, Daniel Cooper was one figure of the anglaise. […]

  • Angle

    Geometry. the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line. the figure so formed. the amount of rotation needed to bring one line or plane into coincidence with another, generally measured in radians or in degrees, minutes, and seconds, as […]

  • Angle of attack

    Also called, especially British, angle of incidence. Aeronautics. the acute angle between the chord of an aircraft wing or other airfoil and the direction of the relative wind. Railroads. the angular attitude of a wheel flange to the rail, especially on curves. noun the acute angle between the chord line of an aerofoil and the […]

  • Angle bar

    (def 2). Historical Examples The other girder had an effective span of about 22 feet, as before 12 inches deep in the web, with angle bar and plate flanges. The Anatomy of Bridgework William Henry Thorpe The first girder was about 19 feet effective span, 12 inches deep in the web, with angle bar and […]

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