Axial angle

axial angle

axial angle n.
The angle formed by two surfaces of a structure, as of a tooth, in which the line of union is parallel with its axis.
Historical Examples

Here he turned on the great forty-foot sphere to an axial angle of twenty-three degrees, well exposing the Southern Hemisphere.
Mr. Oseba’s Last Discovery George W. Bell


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