regular astigmatism reg·u·lar astigmatism (rěg’yə-lər)
Astigmatism in which the curvature in each meridian is equal throughout its course, and the meridians of greatest and least curvature are at right angles to each other.
noun 1. the bevel of a bolt or lock on a door opening into the building, room, etc., to which the doorway leads (opposed to reverse bevel).
noun 1. a checking account for which the monthly fee is usually based on the average balance maintained and the number of transactions recorded.
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