Definition of Annuluses

1. Noun. (plural of annulus) ¹



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Definition of Annuluses

1. annulus [n] - See also: annulus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Annuluses

annulus fibrosus disci intervertebralis
annulus fibrosus of intervertebral disc
annulus haemorrhoidalis
annulus iridis
annulus iridis major
annulus iridis minor
annulus lymphaticus cardiae
annulus ovalis
annulus tendineus communis
annulus tympanicus
annuluses (current term)
annum
annumeration
annunciable
annunciate
annunciated
annunciates
annunciating
annunciation
annunciations
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annunciator
annunciators
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annus horribilis

Literary usage of Annuluses

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... is to place segments of annuluses of vermilion, chrome yellow, emerald green, French blue and white on a disk, »nd to complete the ..."

2. Researches in Colour Vision and the Trichromatic Theory by William de Wiveleslie Abney (1913)
"The writer had a large batch of these gelatine annuluses prepared, ... The various annuluses were tested, and about one out of every three gave a graduation ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1901)
"When the luminosities of the colours are determined, the angles which the segments of the annuluses in fig. 1 should subtend can be calculated after taking ..."

4. Physics of Plutonium Recycling: A Report by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1995)
"... zones (8 annuluses * 4 segments). • number of depletion nuclides (chain model); 20 heavy nuclides from 234U to 245Cm and 35 fission products including 4 ..."

5. The Complete Photographer by Roger Child Bayley (1906)
"... one for each colour, or else three rotating discs with annuluses formed partially of coloured pigments and partially of dead black, which, when rotated, ..."

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